In this special edition of InvestorInsights, we pick the brains of a few experienced value investors and money managers on how they deal with uncertainty like what is seen in the markets currently.
Safal Niveshak: Uncertainty is not a new thing for the Indian economy, companies and the markets. But people still get spooked. Even otherwise, when a lot of people know that investing is important, they are often either too scared, too intimidated, or too uncertain when such situations arise.
You have been in the markets for a long time and may have experienced multiple such periods of high uncertainty with respect to the markets, companies, and the economy. What advice do you have for new, inexperienced, or young investors on how they can deal with such situations?
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