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Reducing Mutual Fund Net Inflows - First Sign of Panic?
Feb 21, 2019

Are we seeing the first signs of panic in the Indian stock market?

Mutual fund investors who have been resilient in their investments till now are showing the first signs of panic.

Net mutual fund inflows (mutual fund inflows net of redemptions) for January 2019 was at Rs 61.6 billion. This is a 60% drop from net inflows of 153.9 billion in January 2018 of last year.

Past bear market cycles were characterised by the exit of retail investors.

Are we seeing the same thing again?

It is important dear reader, to avoid the herd in times like these.

These are the times that differentiate the small number of investors who create long-term wealth for themselves by taking long-term positions in safe stocks.

You should also hold on to the safe stocks you already own and avoid panic selling.

This will go a long way in your wealth building journey.

Data Source: AMFI

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