Generally, the question that people ask is- ‘Should I invest in stocks when the market is falling?’ However, these past few months, the market is making new highs and that’s why this question has been modified a little.
Anyways, I’ll answer both the questions.
If the market is falling, then it’s the best time to buy. Imagine this scenario like a super sale on Amazon or Flipkart. On a big sale, what should you do? Buy more or just sit back because you are afraid of more discount in future. There’s a famous quote by Warren Buffett regarding this scenario
“Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful.”
On the other hand, if the market is high- then start making your watchlist of stocks. Keep an eagle eye on the stocks with good fundamentals. Anyhow, if you are able to find some good stocks and ready to invest, then avoid lump sum investment. Average out the stocks. This will reduce the chances of buying stocks at the high price.
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