Coming out stronger from a second wave
Investors India|May 2021
We have just completed a financial year that is difficult to describe in a single word. “Unprecedented“possibly does not capture the wide range of emotions, like anxiety, depression, sense of relief etc. that we went through as a society. Just as we thought that COVID was being relegated to history, it has reared it’s ugly head in the form of a second wave.
Ajit Menon

This is again causing anxiety and a sense of gloom among the majority and understandably so. As an individual it is taking extra efforts to keep up the spirits. Likewise, as an investor, it is going to take greater efforts to stay focused on financial goals and ride the volatility if it sets in.

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