I’m planning to invest an average of 50K on stock every month for couple of years. is it worth investing in Nepali stock? it’s a new thing for me i’ve done some research and found that by investing on some good companies i can easily earn more than 25% bonus share every year. I’ve found that investing in stock is far better than saving on bank. second thing market was high on about 3200 few months back now it’s too low so, will it grow back or what maybe it’s future. and final thing my investment is long term i won’t sell it at least for 5-10 years so, give your suggestion as per my case. your suggestion is highly appreciated.

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  1. >is it worth investing in Nepali stock?

    It’s worth it. That’s why we are here. We aren’t that stupid, are we? 😀

    >I’ve found that investing in stock is far better than saving on bank. second thing market was high on about 3200 few months back now it’s too low so, will it grow back or what maybe it’s future.

    We tend to think that since index will go up as has been evidenced by the past record here and elsewhere, companies will also automatically go up ALWAYS. That’s not the case. Index will go up for sure but there are all kinds of companies. In future, some of them won’t be with us.

    >my investment is long term i won’t sell it at least for 5-10 years so, give your suggestion as per my case.

    Go for fundamentally strong companies. You may choose up to 5 companies and invest 10000rs on each every month.

    Since you are new to the market, I think I would also say that: Don’t get confused with people talking about making money by trading. It’s too tempting not to fall for what they are saying but at the end of the day, you gotta keep this in mind that you are here for a long haul! You keep investing every month regardless of how market is doing, *least how stocks that you don’t own are doing!*

  2. You don’t need to worry about the index if you’re here to stay. Market will go up, it will come down. That shouldn’t worry you as long as you’re not buying at insane prices. Most commercial banks are available at fair prices today. Can’t say the same for other indices.

    Once you’ve zeroed in—on value stocks or growth stocks, look for the perfect time to acquire them. Growth stocks are inherently more expensive. Value stocks are usually under-priced.

    Don’t be in a hurry to jump in. Study market trends first. Understand the sector and the company you’re willing to invest in before pulling the trigger.

    For general investors, time in the market beats timing the market. For long-term investors, keeping yourself abreast with the macroeconomic situation of the country and region as well as geopolitical factors becomes crucial. After that, you trickle your analyses down to sectors and then individual companies.

    Remember, most smart people beat the market during bull runs. Only few can consistently beat the market during a bear run. For everyone else, there’s master-card: long-term investment in stellar or stable companies.

    Nepal’s stock exchange has already seen an all-time high of 3200. Sans other factors, that *bindu* will be obliterated again. It might happen within 6 months or it might take another 18 months. The index today is where it should be if *gold-men-with-vibranium* didn’t pump up hydros and finances to unseen levels amidst a global pandemic.

    Just my two cents. Happy investing!

  3. 25% bonus shares every year??

    I think 12% is more realistic. Better to estimate on the conservative side (if you get more than that, it’s icing on the cake).

  4. Systematic Investment Plan garnus. SIP garna ta kina cahiyo ra kheladi ko suggestions, founda ramro vako company ma garnus, so foumda study garnus voli ko din ma market leader huna sakne company ma lagani garnus.

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