You own some of the best companies of India.

By owning the best companies of a country, one’s investment is guaranteed to outperform the inherent economic growth. These companies have the best managements, who bring in innovative thoughts and creative ideas which help them to give top class outcomes on Sales and Earnings growth. Most of the times, these companies outgrow the broader markets and their stocks tend to double and triple in their price. Some of the recent examples were Page Industries, Eicher Motors, Monsanto, Kaveri Seeds, Sonata Software etc.,

Indian Stock Markets continued to be strong. Our investment portfolio has achieved above 40% growth (annualized at 69.27%) in the first 7 months of this fiscal year.

After, more than a month long consolidation, markets began to move up and reach for new highs in the month of October. But this time the upside looks weaker, there are possibilities for a good consolidation happening in the coming months.

2nd quarter results do not show much euphoria in the front line stocks. Technology stocks have slowed down in growth. Automobile, Cement and Financial sector stocks have gained momentum.

We have brought down exposure in the technology sector and have been holding cash, waiting for the markets to consolidate and provide investment opportunities in the upcoming sectors.

Our system adjusts itself by moving out of slow moving stocks and gets into the top performers as a natural process, this automated no emotion & no sentiment method ensures the best possible returns on investments made.

Long term trend is still positive; more than 25% of the companies in our portfolio have given above 100% profits and are continuing to get stronger.

Cooling down in the Global Commodity prices have brought down inflationary pressures on the economy. Along with this the Governments committed effort to re-shape our economy with make India the best investment destination for the next few years.

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Ramesh Sigamani

Ramesh Sigamani

With over 3 decades of experience in capital market investments, Ramesh Sigamani is a trusted Financial Planner par excellence. He works personally with individuals and corporates to build a strong investment portfolio that stands firm against market volatilities and delivers time & time again.

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