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Indian Investor sentiments are inextricably linked to and affected by internal factors, like Income, Age, Occupation, and Risk tolerance..!

Indian Investor sentiments are inextricably linked to and affected by internal factors, like Income, Age, Occupation, and Risk tolerance

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SEBI Investor Survey 2015

Indian and Global Economic Backdrop analyses both local and global external events and their potential implications on investment and savings behaviour.

Indian Investor sentiments are inextricably linked to and affected by internal factors, like income, age, occupation, and risk tolerance as  well as several wide-ranging external influences.

To analyse and rationalize investor sentiment, it is essential to study the market environment (with a special focus on stock markets), economic growth, the condition of businesses, the Indian political and social situation as well as the global market place scenario.

Despite the fast urbanization in the country, 65% of the Indian population lives in villages and yet, investments in market instruments are still relatively rare in these rural markets

Due to the ease of investing in mutual funds through SIPs (Systematic Investment Plans) along with its diversification benefits, most investors prefer this instrument to equities or bonds.

Additionally, the publicity of SIPs and the MF industry over the past ten years has seen an enormous increase in total Assets under Management (AUM) of MFs.
Indian Investor sentiments are inextricably linked to and affected by internal factors, like Income, Age, Occupation, and Risk tolerance..! Reviewed by S. Chitra on May 27, 2017 Rating: 5 Indian Investor sentiments are inextricably linked to and affected by internal factors, like Income, Age, Occupation, and Risk tolerance ...

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