The NASDAQ 100 Fund has generated 52% revenue over the past year. It is one of the most popular funds among Indian investors, many of whom have recently begun investing abroad.
Bikas Gupta, Chief Investment Strategist at OmniScience Capital, said:
Vikas believes investors can build a portfolio of 8-10 shares, some of which are valuable, such as Qualcomm, IBM, Micron Technologies and Cirrus Logic. Among non-technology stocks, he likes Gamestop, Bed Bath and Beyond, Gap, and Skechers.
Financial planners point out that there are growth opportunities in niche areas that investors can access.
“There are innovative companies on themes such as biotechnology, clean energy, artificial intelligence and technology that Indian investors should access,” said Globalise, chairman of Globalise, a digital wealth management platform for building global portfolios. One Vikas Nanda said. Vikas recommends ETFs such as Invesco Wilderhill Clean Energy ETF, First Trust Nasdaq Clean Edge Green Energy ETF, ARK Genomic Revolution ETF, GlobalX Robotics and Artificial Intelligence ETF.
Investors also continue to fund global giants who are making money not only in the United States but around the world.
“We’ve seen Indian investors invest in stocks such as Apple, Amazon and Facebook and ETFs such as the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund,” said Indian investors, a platform that allows them to trade abroad. Winvesta CEO Swastik Nigam said.
Investors who do not understand individual stocks can continue to invest in the NASDAQ 100 for a long time.
“Evenues are strong, but valuations are high, so investors need to use a staggered approach,” said Pratik Oswal, head of Motilal Oswal AMC (passive fund).
Indian investors can invest up to $ 250,000 each year under the Liberalized Money Transfer Scheme (LRS). Several bank brokers, such as HDFC Bank, Kohtak Mahindra and ICICI Bank, allow Indians to invest in foreign stocks and ETFs. In addition, there are platforms such as Stockal, Globalise, Winvesta and Vested through which investors can buy stocks, seek advice and build a corporate portfolio.
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