If you have a high risk tolerance — here are a few ‘aggressive’ investment bets to consider
- From Kotak Mahindra and State Bank of India to ICICI Bank and Interglobe Aviation— these are the top stocks to buy, according to IIFL Securities.
- IIFL Securities analysed all the risk factors and recommends this portfolio for ‘aggressive’ risk appetite investors
- An aggressive appetite investor has a higher risk tolerance and is willing to put more money at stake for the possibility of better returns.
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AdvertisementIn this current market scenario, you can already be considered an ‘aggressive’ risk appetite investor if you are actively investing in the stock market and not mutual funds. And if you have the hunger and thrill for more, here’s a list of recommendations from a leading financial services firm, IIFL.
An investor with an ‘aggressive’ risk appetite has a higher risk tolerance and is willing to put more money at stake for the possibility of better returns. Here’s the list of top stocks that make it to the model portfolio for ‘aggressive’ risk appetite investors, according to the IIFL Securities report. Aggressive portfolio targets above market returns using high beta and midcap ideas.
IIFL recommends that equity investors with high risk appetite opt for a stock specific approach while investing during this uncertain macroeconomic environment.
August 2020: Model Portfolio - Direct Equity
Source: IIFL Securities
|Stocks||Aggressive Portfolio Allocation (%)||YTD Growth (%)|
|Kotak Mahindra Bank||8%||-20.17%|
|State Bank of India||7%||-42.82%|
|Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals||8%||8.69%|
|Quess Corp Ltd||9%||-23.64%|
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