The Nasdaq 100 fund yielded 52% during the last one yr. It was some of the standard funds amongst Indian traders a lot of whom began investing abroad solely not too long ago.
“Whereas there’s a bubble in shares like Tesla and Netflix there are quite a lot of particular person inventory alternatives obtainable and traders can construct a portfolio of firms with good fundamentals and truthful valuations,” says Vikas Gupta, Chief Funding Strategist, Omniscience Capital.
Vikas believes traders may construct a portfolio of 8-10 shares and a number of the shares the place there may be worth are the likes of Qualcomm, IBM, Micron Applied sciences, and Cirrus Logic. Among the many non-technology shares, he prefers Gamestop, Mattress Bathtub and Past, Hole and Skechers.
Monetary planners level out that there are progress alternatives in area of interest areas that may be accessed by traders.
“There are progressive firms in themes like biotech, clear power, synthetic intelligence and expertise which Indian traders ought to entry,” says Vikas Nanda, Chairman, Globalise, a digital wealth administration platform to construct world portfolios. Vikas recommends ETFs like Invesco Wilderhill Clear Power ETF, First Belief Nasdaq Clear Edge Inexperienced Power ETF, ARK Genomic Revolution ETF, GlobalX Robotics and Synthetic Intelligence ETF.
Buyers additionally proceed to pour cash in world giants which have earnings not simply within the US however throughout the globe.
“We’ve seen Indian traders put cash in shares like Apple, Amazon, Fb and ETFs resembling Vanguard Complete Inventory Market Index Fund,” says Swastik Nigam, CEO, Winvesta, a platform that permits Indian traders to commerce abroad.
Buyers who can not perceive particular person shares can nonetheless proceed to take a position for the long run within the Nasdaq 100.
“Regardless that earnings are sturdy, valuations are excessive, and therefore traders ought to use a staggered method,” says Pratik Oswal, Head (Passive Funds), Motilal Oswal AMC.
Indian traders can make investments as much as $250,000 beneath the liberalised remittance scheme (LRS) yearly. A number of financial institution brokers, resembling HDFC Financial institution, Kotak Mahindra, ICICI Financial institution and a number of other others, enable Indians to spend money on abroad shares or ETFs. As well as there are platforms resembling Stockal, Globalise, Winvesta and Vested by which traders should purchase shares or search advisory and construct a portfolio of firms.