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Cash     Courage    Conviction

Correction was long overdue in Global Stock Markets .In previous editions we’ve spelled out the disconnect between rising Stock Indices and declining Economies on the strength of Liquidity Flows .COVID-19 introduced the correction globally in Stocks across Continents right from the start of 2020 with Capitulation seen last week before a stunning pullback.Yet Global Indices are in the red in 2020 with South America, Europe, Japan and Thailand plunging the most. Quite interestingly China, where the Corona Virus COVID-19 originated, has seen its Indices barely drop because it closed its markets early in 2020 and restricted short selling on re-opening on February 3,2020. In fact SZSE is in the green!

Here’s how Global Indices fared in 2020 till date

Country Index Year Opening

January 2020


March 13, 2020

% Fall
North America
USA Dow Jones 28990 23186 -20
 USA S&P 500 3258 2711 -16.8
 USA NASDAQ 100 8794 7875 -10.5
Canada S&P/TSX 60 17100 13666 -20.1
Mexico IPC 44437 38085 -14.3
South America
Brazil IBovespa 118573 82678 -30.3
Argentina Merval 25 41107 28448 -30.8
Chile IGPA 23985 18896 -21.2
Euro zone EURO STOXX 50 3793 2586 -31.8
London FTSE 100 7604 5366 -29.4
Netherlands AEX 613 433 -29.4
Belgium BEL 20 4016 2733 -31.9
Germany DAX 13386 9232 -31
Russia RTS 1564 992 -36.6
France CAC 40 6042 4118 -31.8
Italy FTSE Italia A 25980 15954 -38.6
Spain IBEX 35 9691 6630 -31.6
Switzerland SMI 10700 8368 -21.8
Asia & Asia Pacific & Australia
China Shanghai 3085 2887 -6.4
 China SZSE Component 10639 10831 1.8
Hong Kong Hang Seng 28544 24033 -15.8
Singapore Straits Times 3238 2634 -18.7
Japan NIKKEI 225 23205 17431 -24.9
Thailand SET Composite 1596 1129 -29.3
Korea KOSPI 2175 1771 -18.6
India Sensex 41306 34103 -17.4
India NIfty 12183 9955 -18.3
Australia S&P ASX20 3762 3104 -17.5

In our view markets will continue to still seek lower levels in the coming months with intermittent pullbacks as we saw on Friday. It is difficult to call the bottom as it’s difficult to call the duration, spread  and intensity of COVID-19.But it’s easy to call ,based on historic evidence, that after this crisis passes and after any US & Global Recession the bounce back in Equities will be significant in the years ahead. These declines are introducing some sanity back on Valuations on the bourses and give some great opportunities in value buying for the long term. India also is in a relatively sweeter spot on the recent Saudi Arabia’s Oil Shock plunging Oil prices lower and which we expect to stay lower all of 2020.We lucidly explained this in the previous edition

Major Spoilers for any recovery later in 2020 could be that the COVID-19 crisis prolongs late into 2020 and hopefully not into 2021 and Geo Political Conflicts will intensify across global hotspots in the Middle East and Asia as economic stress pushes Nations to the wall.

We would strongly recommend an Asset Allocation exercise in sync with your Risk Profile to :

  • Those with Direct Equity in their Portfolios to review to take a decision if warranted on repositioning in stronger selections that are now available at much lower prices even if it involves taking a loss on some existing selections and even consider infusing more into Equity gradually
  • Those with no exposure in Direct Equity ,it’s a great time to consider initiating an exposure

Cash, Courage, Conviction all three are being called for here. In 2020 it calls for Vision and History supports here. On Hindsight with a 20/20 Vision in 2022 and 2023  you should be smiling in your Direct Equity Portfolio


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