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We definitely need to widen our investor base and that is the prime thing.

Today midcaps make a lot of sense because both time and price correction has happened to them.

Government spending on infrastructure would show up in the second half of the year.

The stock market pundits continue to be divided over the efficacy of the much-awaited stimulus measures announced by the Finance Minister on Friday.

Bullish on utilities and dividend yield stocks in a slowing economy: S Naren

Waiting for retail credit growth to slow down before buying a structurally good sector.

We are not far from a global recession right now and certainly very close to a European recession.

We should maintain this tempo to free the economy from the constraints.

Since the correction is sentimental in nature, I am consistently buying stocks in this downfall.

If you look at retail customers and everything that they have gone through in the last few months with credit, there is concern around debt funds.

For long-term investments, index funds make more sense, says Pratik Oswal of Motilal Oswal AMC

Motilal Oswal Mutual Fund launched one of the first ETFs in the country in 2010.

The correction which you are seeing is the actual decline in the consumer demand.

Globally, central banks are seeing negative rates and that is driving the money into gold.

While RBI does have space to cut rates, we will have to wait and watch the economic situation.

Valuations are getting far more reasonable and attractive to look at from a three-year perspective.

It is prudent to start accumulating mid caps now, says Swarup Mohanty of Mirae Asset

Mid caps in the last three years have gone through challenging times. But this is not alien to the concept of mid cap investing.

We have to do a deep dive to see which companies are going to remain strong.

We have to see how the competitive pressure eases out and which companies start growing going ahead.

We believe there could be opportunities available at attractive price point going forward.

Debt funds have seen several rounds of severe volatility over time and successfully met the challenge. However, each such episode does leave its own destructive trail.

Mutual fund investors showing great appetite for assuming risk: Dhirendra Kumar

I find that money flowing into focussed funds, midcap funds, says Value Research CEO.

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