Market outlook-Global markets, FII inflow and quarterley numbers will dictate trend on the domestic bourses in the coming days.Results will continue to pour heavily next week as well and barring afew surprises,I don't really expect the companies to post disappointing set of numbers. While am not an expert at gauging how the markets would react to this phenomenon,as this is too short term for me,I would like to reiterate that all the long-term fundamentals seem to be in place for an investor to achieve sizeable returns from equities from a long-term perspective without taking undue risks.I believe that there is a clear opportunity to get into strong, quality mid-cap stocks with sound business models and fundamentals for the long-term.Overall,as has been the case over the past few weeks now,i continue to advocate a long-term view on stocks, particularly at these levels.Investors must critically examine their portfolios and take a call on whether valuations are getting out of hand. As i have always advised, do a detailed and dispassionate study of the fundamentals of the companies before investing,and invest for the long-term in order to enable your money to grow.As i have maintained in the past, the level of index should not influence one's decision to invest in stocks. At the end of the day, it should be based on the risk-return profile and the future financial needs.Investors must have a one to three year investment horizon to capture the upside. The key is to be disciplined and stay invested in fundamentally strong companies with a proven track record.Happy investing!
Reliance Industrial Infrastructure
The story-Reliance Industrial Infrastructure's principal focus is on construction, setting up industrial infrastructure and project related activities for the group companies. The parent Reliance Industries holds 46.23% in the firm.The company is waiting for the past two years to get business from the Parent.We have seen how the reliance pack has performed over the last few years.Now let me apply some logic for suggesting the scrip.WE all are aware what anand jain has done with Jai corp(with support from reliance,anand jain is the closest buddy of mukesh ambani).Each and every other reliance group company has got a marketcap of atleast over 8000-10000crs whereas reliance infra present marketcap is a mere 1500 odd crs.Reliance group is famous for creating shareholders wealth over the long run if the same gets applied here then this company becomes one of the prime ones to invest in as several reliance construction ares set to take place in the coming months and years.On the downside i dont expect much because of the companys parentage but on the upside if any great orders pour in, the upside can be immense.Watch out for it.