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The Crash And After

Equity markets are facing another meltdown, more than a decade after the subprime crisis roiled global markets. Such steep corrections – close to 30 per cent-plus in the last couple of months – can make even seasoned investors impatient. So, it is normal for the retail investors to get jittery about their future course of action at this stage.

Some investors may be thinking about exiting, anticipating a further crash, some may be thinking about not putting more money in equities and preferring to wait and watch, while others may be willing to continue their investments but with a lot of anxiety. A courageous lot may be willing to be adventurous and put more money in markets to buy at what many people are saying are low prices.

Is This the Bottom?

Before deciding the course of action, every investor wants to know one thing: is the correction over? There are no easy

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