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'Sensex will hit 11,500 by Dec'
Indrani Roy Mitra | February 17, 2006
The Sensex has crossed the magical 10,000-mark and is heading to set new records. But will the bull run continue?
Here's what the experts have to say on how you can invest safely and smartly.
In the first part of this series, Narayan S A, managing director, Kotak Securities, speaks on how you can allocate your assets between debt and equity, considering your risk appetite. Do not invest without understanding the market well, he says. He is optimistic that the markets will hit a high of 11,500 by the end of this year.
Do you think the market will go higher? Where do you see it this year?
The market will hit a high of about 11,000 to 11,500 by the end of this year. However, one needs to adopt a cautious approach, as the market could correct itself mid-way.
What would be your advice to the retail investors?
Which is the best investment option? Are the interest rates set to rise too?
Which sectors are likely to boom?
What type of stocks should investors look at now?
Should one invest directly in stocks or through a mutual fund?
Five mistakes small investors should avoid
Five basic norms of smart investing
Part II: Here's the safest way to invest