More and more individual investors are entering the stock markets. Some are simply putting their money on the bull market due to fear of running out syndrome (FOMO). According to market analysts, people should not rush to Indian stock markets when seeing other people. Veteran stock market investor Vijay Kedia tweeted: “Don’t always trust what you see. In a bull market, even a duck looks like a swan. Be careful.”

He tweeted the same thing on May 4, 2017.

Last month, Vijay Kedia raised questions about the current IPO windfall. “Don’t miss the upcoming IPO of upcoming unicorn ‘PP stunts’,” Vijay Kedia tweeted as she shared a video in which a street vendor’s “gol gappas” were marketed as fancy “waterballs” to raise funds from retail investors.

RPG Enterprises President Harsh Goenka also made a witty remark that Key to Dalal Street is not an easy business, otherwise everyone would have become Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, known as the “Big Bull” from India.

“Market ka taala..Aasan nahin hai lala .. Nahin toh sab ban jaate jhunjhunwala!” Goenka tweeted.

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Indian stock markets saw a massive surge in first-time investors, who turned to the bull market for lucrative returns amid falling fixed deposit rates.

“Greater retailer participation has also led to an increase in investments in stocks and mutual funds during the second half of 2020-2021 and this higher retailer participation in stock markets could become a self-prophesy. director. The number of individual investors in the market increased by 142 lakh in 2020-2021, with 122.5 lakh new accounts at CDSL and 19.7 lakh in NSDL, ”the SBI report said in June.

“The fall in rates in other means of savings amid the low interest rate regime has led to greater personal interest in the stock market. Another reason could be the significant increase in global liquidity “, notes the report.

Meanwhile, the benchmark Sensex stock index jumped more than 200 points early in Monday, following the gains of the major Infosys, ITC and HUL indices amid a positive trend in global markets.

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