In the stock market, bear runs follow bull runs as inevitably as the night follows day. However, real life mein aap bata sakte hain ki Raat kab hone wali hai. Stock market mein Koi bhi hundred percent guarantee ke sath nahin Bata Sakta ki bear market kab aane wala hai.
Kabhi-kabhi market unexpectedly hi crash ho jata hai . We are currently going through one such moment in history. Duniya bhar ke stock indexes mein historic dips dekhe gaye hain. At the moment, it is very important to not start panicking. Stock market mein apne decisions objectively leni chahiye.
Agar Aapne dar mein Aakar herd instinct ko follow Kiya aur dusre investors ke panicked behaviour ko copy Kiya, to aap ka bada nuksan ho sakta hai. It is always important to look at the facts objectively when taking on new positions, or clearing old positions. And you can’t be objective if you’re operating based on fear.
In this podcast we will talk about how you can better prepare for sudden market crashes like the one we're all witnessing because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Yah baat sabko pata hai ki preparation hi sirf kaafi nahin hai. You must also carry out the right actions in the middle of the crisis. So we will also talk about what you can do right now to better improve your position in the financial markets. Aise crisis ke time per thoda short term loss to inevitable hai.
Therefore, we will talk about how you can limit your losses. Trying to eliminate your losses, specifically in the short-term, may not be very feasible. However ek tareeka hai jisko follow karke traders ne apne losses eliminate hi nahin kiye, per profit bhi kamaya hai. We will talk about this strategy at the end of the podcast.
First let's talk about how you can prepare for a future crisis on a similar scale. Future mein bhi bear runs toh aayenge. Market crash bhi hoga. Yah baatein individual retail investors ke control ke bahar hai. The question to ask is: what can I do in my individual capacity to better insulate myself against shocks like this?
There is one thing that you can do. That thing is to practice diversification. Agar Apne Apne pure investment ek hi sector mein kiye Hain, then you are uniquely at risk. Agar sector mein slowdown aata hai to aapke sare investments wipeout ho sakte hain. Yah baat pure investment ek hi company mein karne per bhi apply karte Hain. Aapke investment holdings jitne jyada diverse honge utna hi aap market shock se insulated rahenge.
Therefore, when everything returns to normal, try to put new industries and sectors in your portfolio. Mix things up. This will go a long way in limiting your losses in the next financial downturn.
Now let's turn our attention to what you can do while the crisis is underway. Suppose that a company in which you are heavily invested in is undergoing serious losses. At such a moment, you have to ask yourself: why am I invested in this company in the first place?
What are the fundamental strengths that attracted me to this company? Answering these questions will tell you whether you should clear your position or not. Company ke fundamentals strong have, aur agar management practices solid hai, to phirachcha chance hai ki ye company crisis khatm hone ke baad acche se rebound karegi.
In such a case you should not clear your positions. This is especially true if you stand to make a loss on clearing your holdings. In fact, an economic recession may actually be a good time to expand your holdings. Confused? This is actually a common practice among institutional investors, long-term thinkers, and value traders. 1988 mein jab market crash hua tha, tab Warren Buffett ne Coca-Cola company mein major stakes liye the. He believed that the company had fundamental value and its stocks were actually trading at a discount because of the financial crisis. Therefore, he made use of the opportunity and bought valuable stocks at a cheaper rate than usual.
You can also look around and ask yourself: what companies are trading at a discount of their true value? If you see some good candidates, then proceed to carry out some further research to figure out if they can fit into your long-term investment plans.
Ab tak humne sirf loss control karne ki, portfolio diversification ki, aur valuable companies ke stocks ko discount mein kharidne ki baat ki hai. Now, let's talk about a risky strategy that certain traders have used to make a lot of profit because of the coronavirus pandemic. This strategy is called shorting. Shorting allows investors and traders to make profits when the market crashes.
Proactive traders, who wake up to the crisis before the rest of the investing community, can short stocks which they know will decline in value. However, if your prediction does not come true and the stocks actually become more valuable, then you stand to make massive losses.
Therefore shorting is an investing technique that is riskier than others. It may not be the best idea for people who are not extremely practiced investors to short stocks. Having said that, we should know that traders have made profits up to 300 billion dollars because this saw the crisis coming before others and used their foresight to good effect.
चलिए, एंजेल वन की तरफ से आपको आज के अलविदा. ये podcast शेयर करना ना भूलियेगा - याद रखियेगा की ज्ञान बाटने से बढ़ता है । और फिर अंत में तोह financial markets एक ऐसी university है जिसमे कोई professor नहीं, सब students ही है ।