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Top sectors Investment to consider during the current time

 Top sectors Investment to consider during the current time

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Top sectors Investment to consider during the current time.

The unexpected and volatile 2020 stock market ended with an amazing recovery. Sectors, including information technology and healthcare / pharmaceuticals, outperformed others in 2020 in the wake of the pandemic, while many other sectors underperformed. Again, in 2021.

Due to the second wave of the pandemic, investors are exploring safe investment options ... the outbreak could have a long-term impact on sectors such as tourism, commercial real estate, banking, cars and energy.

The most important sectors in the field of investment


The sectors of the Indian economy that appear to be most at risk are the hospitality sector (hotels, restaurants and transportation. As the second wave of the epidemic intensifies, there will be interest in investing in safer sectors such as consumer goods, healthcare and information technology. Therefore, investors are advised to choose the sectors with potential. Good growth, good market share, and stable profitability.


Investing in the healthcare sector

The pharmaceutical sector was one of the best performing sectors in the stock market in 2020, as it acted as a savior for high-yielding investors. There are high hopes that this sector will continue to focus in 2021 as there is an ever-increasing demand for life-saving medicines and immune-boosting supplements and people are more than ever focused on purchasing healthcare products.

Investment in the telecom sector

Communication was one of the most important services and sectors during the global pandemic. It has been a key enabler in helping the government and healthcare authorities connect in a timely manner, track developments and also carry out work from home and keep the economy going, telecom is likely to remain among the sectors that perform well.

Investment in the consumer goods sector

The nationwide lockdown and supply chain challenges created panic among consumers in 2020, particularly with regard to commodities. Since the second wave does not appear to be subsiding anytime soon, consumers may begin to overstock basic products and consumer goods. The current uncertainty about the future of the second wave may lead to an increase in consumer spending on necessities which will boost sales of FMCG companies.

Investing in the agricultural sector

The overall impact on the agricultural sector should be very low. Since countries have indicated that the seeds fall under the category of essentials, the impact is likely to be low. Moreover, due to current stocks of fertilizers, there is likely to be less impact on this category with the exception of logistics and port clearance in India. When it comes to agrochemicals, companies that depend on imports of raw ingredients as well as exports of finished goods are likely to be affected.

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