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Should you buy stocks in the current scenario? How can you start investing in Stocks using Cube Wealth with expert advice from Purnartha?
October 15, 2020

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The stock market is a great tool to generate wealth for the future and missing out on the best stocks can be the difference between being well off & being a billionaire. So how do you pick the right stocks to buy? And how do you know which ones can generate wealth for you in the future? This blog will answer these questions and more. 


Let’s look at how stocks from various sectors have performed during the pandemic. And if you’d rather let an expert do the stock-picking for you, read this blog for Indian Stock Advice & head here for US Stock Advice.


How Did Consumer Staple Stocks Perform Vs Consumer Discretionary Stocks?


Before jumping into the facts related to performance, let us understand what Consumer Staples and Consumer Discretionary goods mean.


  1. Consumer Staples


  • Essential commodities like food, hygiene products, household goods, beverages, etc.
  • Non-cyclical in nature
  • Can never go out of demand
  • Demand is almost always constant

 

  1. Consumer Discretionary 


  • Non-essential commodities like cars, bikes, mobile phones, jewelry, etc.
  • Cyclical in nature
  • Demand peaks when disposable income is high
  • Demand is almost never constant


Now that we have understood what Consumer Staples and Consumer Discretionary goods are, let’s take a look at the performance of some of the best stocks from both categories.  


Source: Google


How Did Real Estate Stocks Perform Vs Bank Stocks?


The real estate market was severely affected by the pandemic. As spending power goes down, people choose to buy goods and services that are essential instead of investing in their dream house. 


In testing times, people also end up going for traditional investments such as Fixed Deposits, National Savings Certificates, Recurring Deposits, etc. So let us take a look at how the indices for both the real estate and banking sectors have done over the past 6 months.  


Source: Google
Source: Google


How Cube Wealth Can Help You Buy The Best Stocks


The pandemic shook up the market in never before seen ways. The ones who adapted or had the experience of adapting to previous crises are slowly recovering and beginning to climb the profitability charts. But the best options can seem very unclear at the moment. 


If you invest using Cube, you will gain access to the advice from equities research experts Purnartha so that you can invest in the best Indian stocks that work for you. The recommendations are based on your goals and appetite for risk.


Purnartha’s investment principles adhere to middle-class values focusing on value-based investing for the long term without short-cuts. Currently, they advise over 7500 clients and have Assets Under Advisory (AUA) of over ₹7200 crores. You can think global and go beyond the Indian markets by investing in US stocks with recommendations from award-winning RIA, Rick Holbrook. 

Claim Your Free Consultation Call to discuss stock buying options with a Cube Wealth Coach today.


*Note: Facts and Figures as of 14-10-2020.

Shriram Shekhar
Shriram is a Consultant at CubeWealth. He has developed cutting edge IT products for over 2 years before turning to his passion for the written word. His love for philosophy, developing products, and empowering people through quality content is what got him to CubeWealth.

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