Mutual Funds Vs Direct Equity, क्या सही है एक निवेशक के लिए?

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In this Face2Face video, we've Mr. Vivek Bajaj, co-founder of Elearnmarkets & StockEdge, and Mr. Anant Rao, who is a trader and investor with 15+ years of experience in the stock market. While working in the market, he has worked with the various stakeholders in the market like FIIs, Hedge funds, etc., and he now runs his own SEBI-registered advisory firm.

The speaker will be answering a very important question of whether retail investors and traders should choose to work with mutual funds or direct equity investment. With this experience, Mr. Anant Rao discusses how the stock market has evolved over the years and how it has become more competitive for the youth as well. Additionally, the discussion will focus on the factors that differentiate retail investors and traders from institutional investors and firms in terms of knowledge and experience.

What retail investors and traders lack and what institutions have is the process around which their investing and trading decisions are made, and we will discuss exactly how this feature distinguishes institutions from retailers. Moving ahead, he will discuss exactly how mutual fund managers have it tough trying to make returns for the investors while trying to grow themselves and their organization. He will discuss these challenges for the fund managers with examples. Further, we will talk about what we need to do to ensure that we can successfully invest in direct equity on a long-term basis and how to measure our performance.

Watch the video to see whether direct equity investments or mutual funds are more suitable for stock market investors.

Anant Rao in Face2Face

Your Speaker

Anant Rao

K Anant Rao has been tracking the financial markets for close to two decades with a career that has spanned varied roles: successful analyst, trader, broker, strategist and investment adviser / manager. Anant has experience across the asset classes of Equities (India), Currency (G-7, INR & Dollar Index), Bonds (US, India and Interest Rate Swaps -OIS), and Commodities (Energy and Metals).
Mr. Vivek Bajaj

Your Host

Vivek Bajaj