Te­jas Kho­day

Co-founder & CEO, FYERS

Dalal Street Investment Journal - - SPECIAL REPORT -

In­ter­na­tional di­ver­si­fi­ca­tion in eq­ui­ties can be es­pe­cially fruit­ful dur­ing times of dis­tress in India. Ideally, it is best pur­sued when the eq­uity mar­kets are de­clin­ing and the cur­rency is los­ing its value. It helps to mit­i­gate the de­pre­ci­a­tion of the In­dian ru­pee. To give you an idea, in just the last five years, INR has lost 16% of its value against the US dol­lar. In lay­man’s terms, this means that the pur­chas­ing power of In­di­ans has de­te­ri­o­rated by al­most one fifth. The high­est ben­e­fits of in­ter­na­tional in­vest­ing can be achieved when the In­dian ru­pee de­pre­ci­ates and the for­eign eq­uity in­vest­ments ap­pre­ci­ate si­mul­ta­ne­ously

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