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Most Axis debt funds across categories have been performing well in the last one year.

SIPs investors, do not try to time it, . Big moves are always unexpected, says Value Research CEO.

“It is an extremely short-term crisis situation and DHFL needs to be able to tide it over.”

Fiscal policy stimulus unlikely given the precarious fiscal situation, says the fund manager.

It is better to stay on the sidelines and not make investments right now: Sunil Subramaniam, Sundaram Mutual

Global investors do not want to commit money into emerging markets, says Sundaram MF CEO

We have gone through the pain, hopefully the next phase will be growth, says Agrawal

The incoming government will have to focus on financial savings and investments, says Subramanian.

Investors make the mistake of projecting recent market performance onto the future and follow the market.

"This could be an opportune time to get into gold."

Forget consumption, pick up quality stocks in undervalued sectors: Sunil Subramaniam

Consumption to drive capital goods cycle but it will not reflect in current earnings, says Subramaniam

The election verdict that we are looking for is stability for a longer period of time, says Singh.

We need to wait for guidance from the management and not press panic button, says Iyer.

We have been buying into the auto sector, as the stocks have corrected, says Onkar

No stone can be left unturned to ensure that there is system liquidity available, says Iyer.

Rajat Jain of Principal AMC on why a smallcap fund makes sense now

We are unlikely to see any rate cuts for the rest of 2019, says Jain.

Most of these sectors are facing weaker demand and some amount of inventory build up, says Upadhyaya.

Stick to the few stories which are growing and be careful on the portfolio, says Gopani.

In balanced fund category, people get confused between dividend yield and return of the fund, says Shah

This is the first time after 2008 where investors in FMPs are not getting repaid in full on maturity.

I tend to disagree that it is a call gone wrong, says Lakshmi Iyer of Kotak Mutual Fund

Investors in six fixed maturity plans of Kotak Mutual Fund will not be able to redeem their investments completely due to the exposure of these schemes to troubled Essel Group.

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