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Ankita Tolani is 28 years old. Job in a Delhi based private company. Ankita has been investing in the stock market since 2016.
- According to experts, women are now taking interest in the stock market due to pay cuts and layoffs.
The participation of women in the stock market has increased during the Corona crisis. Women are investing in gold bonds to mutual funds. Interestingly, most of the women investing in the stock market are investing for the first time. There are a large number of working women and housewives among them. These women are not only investing money in the stock market, but are also inspiring others. Let’s read the story of some such women, who are earning good returns by investing in the market …
Ankita Tolani – Working
Ankita Tolani is 28 years old. Job in a Delhi based private company. Ankita has been investing in the stock market since 2016. She invests in SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) and Gold Bond. Ankita says, ‘For the first time I started investing in SIP with Rs 1 lakh. Now I invest one and a half to two lakh rupees every year. Ankita has invested more than 10 lakhs in the last three years. At the same time, Ankita has invested up to Rs 7 lakh in the gold bond so far.
She says that she has made more than 50 per cent profit so far by investing in gold bonds, while the value of SIP has reached 10 per cent. Ankita has a good understanding of the stock market and has so far inspired 7 women to invest in the stock market. She herself seeks help from the office’s consultant, Google and broking house consultant.
Deepti Sharma – Enterprise
Says Deepti, I used to monitor the stock daily in the morning before investing in the stock market. She used to read the news. Listed some shares and then bought them with the support of husband.
Deepti Sharma is the founder of a startup company. For the first time, a plan was made to invest in the stock market in 2019. But the house was unable to give due to family and business. She says that there was a lot of time during the stay at home in lockdown, so at that time I thought why not restart it. He is Reliance Industries Ltd. Is investing in shares and mutual funds.
She says that I had invested 15,000 rupees in mutual funds for the first time. Because by that time I had a little understanding. The lockdown was a boon for me, where I used to have a lot of time. I did a lot of research on this in March. The market was down at that time. She says that before investing in the stock market, I used to monitor the stock daily. She used to read the news. Listed some shares and then bought them with the help of husband.
Deepti says that I had invested money in some stocks in 2019, but there was a loss due to lack of more information and no time. However, I have invested more than 2 lakhs so far and have gained 40%.
Financial crisis may not happen in future
Deepti and Ankita, stating the reason behind putting money in the stock, say that it gives us many benefits. It does not worry about financial crisis in future. She says that the stock market is a place where everyone has to take risks. Nobody here knows what will happen tomorrow. In such a situation, every women should plan for investment with their understanding and understanding. Women know how to save money better.
Aparna Chaudhary – House Wife
Aparna says that I started investing with only small amount of 20 thousand, which was saving money. So far, more than 10 percent returns have been received.
Aparna Chaudhary, a resident of Noida, is a housewife. Aparna had resigned from a private job last year due to being busy at home and children. However, due to a little understanding of the market and being aware of the news, Aparna bought stock in the stock market for the first time in lockdown. She says that the lockdown allowed me enough time to focus on the stock market. She could not do this in everyday engagements.
She says that my husband has been investing in the stock market. I also felt many times, but never got any time. In April, I started studying it. Then I consulted a husband and a banker friend. Invested in FD for the first time in May after research for about a month. However, I started investing with a small amount of 20 thousand only, which was saving money. So far, more than 10 percent returns have been received. She says that I have started this investment to continue my own self-sufficiency financially, because financially I had to depend on my husband after leaving the job.
Pooja Gaur – House Wife
Pooja says that in six months I have made a profit of 50 thousand. After better returns, I also encouraged my sister-in-law to invest.
Pooja joins a private firm. Pooja started investing with a small amount about 5-6 years ago. Pooja says that one day, at the behest of a friend, I invested a modest amount of 25 thousand rupees in blue chip shares as a test, but later I got better returns. Then I started thinking that I can learn it better. She says that I have invested Rs 4-5 lakh in the last three years.
Although I was hit by the epidemic in the stock market at the end of March, but then I consulted the market expert and at that time I bought some shares of HDFC and Reliance. But I got better returns from here. I have made a profit of 50 thousand in the last six months. After better returns, I also encouraged my sister-in-law to invest.
What does the online brokerage company report?
According to online brokerage company Up Stocks, during April to June 2020, women’s accounts grew by 32% compared to the previous quarter. 70% of these women are investing in stock markets for the first time. 35% of the brokerage company’s female clients are housewives. 74% of female customers are from second and third tier cities like Visakhapatnam, Jaipur, Surat, Ranga Reddy, Nagpur, Nashik, Guntur.
What is the expert saying?
Mohit Aggarwal, consultant at a broking house, says that women are now taking interest in the stock market due to layoffs, layoffs, contributing to household expenses during the epidemic. In addition, interest rates on FDs of banks are coming down, due to which women are considering other options of savings.