Aashish Somaiyaa in conversation with Sumaira Abidi for the show ‘Money Money Money’ on CNBC TV18
This is a time to do nothing as regards already invested equity portfolios. Indian markets have become cheaper and are in the attractive zone, but it would not be safe to call a bottom yet.
Often heavy buying by mutual funds (MFs) gets highlighted. But it is the individual investors who provide the firepower to domestic fund managers. Equity MFs have not seen a single month of net outflows in the past year.
“If I had money, I would actually spread it out over the next two to three months. I think that despite better and better performance over the last 9 to 12 months and so much
Aashish Somaiyaa, CEO, White Oak Capital Management joins ET NOW to help us understand the current market construct and themes amidst volatility. “Investors should not make any determinist
Sentiment among investors remains positive amid stable macros, good shape of corporate earnigs and hopes of growth momentum sustaining
Given that we are on the cusp of election season, the Union Budget for FY23 doesn’t seem to pander to any instinctual populism or tactical dole-outs to any target audience. Instead, we have a solid workman-like budget announcement
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Given that we are on the cusp of election season, the Union Budget for FY23 doesn’t seem to pander to any instinctual populism or tactical dole-outs to any target audience.
Ample emphasis on improving logistics efficiency and ease of doing business apart from the thrust on capex is likely to provide support to the sharp rebound in growth post the COVID pandemic
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When Aashish Somaiyaa decided to move out of Motilal Oswal Asset Management Company to join White Oak Capital, the big question on everyone’s mind was:
The Indian Stock Market is heating up again, taking benchmark indices close to their all-time highs. However, the real action
Aashish Somaiyaa, CEO, White Oak Capital Management joins ET NOW to help us understand changing landscape of AMC sector as a whole. “Mutual Fund at next leg of maturity, its all about the performance now “ says Aashish Somaiyaa. He believes Digitization has aided growth and made the industry more democratic.
The regulatory processes are all in place. All approvals and registrations are in place and the AMC is registered as White Oak Capital Asset Management, says Aashish Somaiyaa, CEO, White Oak Capital Management. Edited excerpts:
“This is probably the highest ever inflow in equity funds in the MF industry. Taking equity, balanced, hybrid, index funds and ETFs together the gross inflow is well over 70,000 crs and net inflow i
Equity mutual funds received a record inflow of ?24,989.57 crore in December, more than double the ?10,686.77 crore in the previous
Aashish Somaiyaa, CEO of White Oak Capital Management discusses with Pavitra Parekh and Surabhi Upadhyay his analysis on the
Going by earnings and cash flow growth of Nifty companies, one can see that 17,000-18,000 today is cheaper than 12,500 of February 2020.
Equity markets are unlikely to face any challenge due to rate hikes, believes Aashish Somaiyaa, Chief Executive Officer of White Oak Capital Management.
In the Calender Year 2021, international funds have been in the limelight as investors havecontinued to back schemes that invest in global stocks or indices
Ashish Somaiya says it is important to keep the investment in the market intact. Returning investment in a downturn leads to a loss of return. Having a BUY ON DIPS strategy in the market. The market is still attractive in terms of valuation.
Somaiyaa urges the team of Union Budget to focus on maximising investments into the economy, even though he says, the Budget will be a non-event
Aashish P Somaiyaa, Chief Executive Officer, White Oak Capital Management, answers questions related to key industry issue
Schools have started opening once again, but the arbitrariness of private schools regarding fees continues.
However , it is Still just one-seventh the size of the mutual fund industry
The Indian markets are under pressure in recent trade having corrected approximately 5 percent in the past month. The opinion is divided on whether money
With investors looking beyond traditional investments, assets under management (AUM)
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The CEO at White Oak Capital gives a context to performance and explains why active fund management still has a strong case.
As a bountiful Samvat 2077 draws to a close, a key advice is to stay invested and take advantage of the inevitable corrections that the markets will face.
White Oak Capital's Aashish Somaiyaa and DSP MF's Kalpen Parekh share their top mutual fund
Loss of sum insured? For doing it less Those who failed in March, that chance again?
The battery will be operational in the running season in the market after the battery is turned on. Make corrections to keep something healthy from happening.
White Oak Capital Management of CEO Aashish Somaiyaa
Ashish P Somaiya, CEO, White Oak Capital Management, says that new investors are coming to the market to get good returns.
Aashish Somaiyaa, CEO of White Oak Capital Management, on Monday, said that a positive cycle has begun in global commodities.
Aashish P Somaiyaa, Chief Executive Officer, White Oak Capital Management highlights that outsize returns are earned over time by investing in great businesses at attractive values, it is a stock selection-based approach of investing in businesses rather than betting on macro.
Mumbai in early September. Flipkard Co-Founder and former chairman Sachin Bansal played a masterstroke in the mutual fund space.
MUMBAI – With regulatory approvals to acquire YES Mutual Fund in place, White Oak Capital Management plans to start mutual fund operations in Jan-Mar, says Chief Executive Officer Aashish Somaiyaa.
Aashish says that if you want to avoid the confusion of choosing the right fund for yourself from 500-600 types of equity mutual funds, then passive funds are easy.
The Sensex on Friday soared past the 60,000 mark as investors shrugged aside concerns of central bankers withdrawing from their accommodative stance and continued to bet on the revival in the Indian economy
The latest data from the Association of Mutual Funds of India (AMFI) suggests that investors are moving towards passive funds. Why are passive funds tracking benchmark indices more attractive to investors than actively managed funds?
White Oak Capital is the latest entrant to the mutual fund space. Led by the founder Prashant Khemka, the new fund house would have Aashish Somaiyaa, the former chief executive of Motilal Oswal mutual fund, as its head. Last week, White Oak’s subsidiary,
White Oak Capital group on Thursday said its subsidiary GPL Finance and Investments has received capital
The equity mutual funds attracted a net investment of Rs 8,666.68 crore in August, making it the sixth consecutive monthly infusion. According to data from the Association of Mutual Funds in India
The equity mutual funds attracted a net investment of Rs 8,666.68 crore in August, making it the sixth consecutive monthly infusion.
Mutual fund investors pumped in Rs 8,666.68 crore into equity schemes in August, marking sixth straight month of inflows into equity funds, according to data from the Association of Mutual Funds of India.
MF investors turn cautious in Aug, shift to hybrid funds
Out of the eight companies that debuted on bourses in August, five listed at a discount.
Fitting today’s market opportunities into the value-investing framework of the 1950s or even 1990s might result in passing up many opportunities or chasing possibly a counterfeit dollar bill lying on the road which you thought the market didn’t see
"There will be pauses and corrections in every bull markets but I don't see why stock markets can't move higher from here"
Over the past year, the number of retail participants has exploded and so has their interest in overseas securities
It is raining money not only for equity mutual fund schemes but also for funds investing abroad.
There will be cycles when small and midcaps don’t do well but anyone remaining invested over 5 years will find that there is larger alpha potential in small and midcap segments.
While investing in passive funds, investors' decisions should not be driven by just expense ratio of the fund. Here are 9 things investors should know before investing in index mutual funds, ETFs.
Fist time Nifty above 16,000
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The underlying trend in India’s corporate profitability remains healthy. The recently concluded Q4FY21 (March’21) earnings season turned out to be very strong with a near 100% YoY growth in profit for the Nifty universe. Despite a deep economic shock from Covid-19, Nifty earnings grew by 14% in FY21, at its fastest pace in 10 years.
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While last year in March 2020, the Covid situation appeared to be a bottomless pit, this year the magnitude and timeline of damage to the economy seems to be relatively more determinate.
Tune in as we discuss if rising inflation should worry investors, which sectors to bet on, and more!
DO YOU KNOW WHY BIZ/ECO CYCLES MATTER TO YOUR #MUTUALFUND? SUMAIRA ABIDI TALKS TO AASHISH P SOMAIYAA ABOUT HOW THE MACROS AFFECT THE MICROS.
The stock market evoked mixed reactions through the last few months. Up until November 2020 when Nifty regained its previous highs investors watched in amazement and I am sure with a sense of relief. But my interactions suggest that the journey from breaching the previous high to crossing 15,000 in February has largely evoked disbelief.
“Expect momentum to sustain in IT and pharma. These two sectors form core holding in our portfolio. We are not seeing too much panic or delinquencies in financials,” says Aashish Sommaiyaa, CEO, White Oak Capital.
There is a bit of divergence that we have seen in recent times. Global markets are trading at all time high level while Indian equities are lagging behind. With the onset of the second wave , market entered into a consolidation phase.
With its operations based across India, Singapore, Mauritius, UK, and Switzerland, White Oak has attracted among the largest Foreign Portfolio Investment inflows into India over the last three years.
There is a bit of divergence that we have seen in recent times. Global markets are trading at all time high level while Indian equities are lagging behind. With the onset of the second wave , market entered into a consolidation phase. Aashish Sommaiyaa, White Oak Capital joins ET NOW to give us an overview. He believes currently we are in a wait & watch situation; investors need to assess the sustainability of the corporate performance. One needs to assess the impact of second wave and localized lockdown on sustainability.
The fall in equity markets in March 2020 and the subsequent recovery to new highs were both unprecedented. The sharp drop and the almost V-shaped recovery in the markets were accompanied by intermittent bouts of volatility. No one could predict the low point or had the confidence in the recovery till November 2020.
hat is the lesson learned from the last 1-year trick? Now which shares and sectors will be the best opportunity to earn? Make a new investment or Correction left now? Time to place bets on which theme? Ashish Somaiya with Anil Singhvi in ??'Bottom to Top'
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We have exposure across but from a thematic point of view anything to do with capital markets or capital market entities is something to watch out for, says Somaiyaa.
NEW DELHI: Passive funds are gaining traction, but fund managers believe active and passive funds are going to co-exist in the Indian market.
Stock Market Outlook with Anil Singhvi: In a chat with Zee Business Managing Editor Anil Singhvi, market expert Aashish Sommaiyaa, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at White Oak Capital Management said that 2020 was full of surprises. Also, there is a feeling of disbelief now as the market participants are unsure if the existing trends will sustain or not, Sommaiyaa said
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For now, 'the world will not come an end' case has played out, the macroeconomic conditions for India are benign, interest rates are low, liquidity is high and the government has heeded Winston Churchill’s advice, 'Never waste a good crisis'
At White Oak Capital, Aashish Somaiyaa says, it is always a stock specific trade and that they have had significant overweight to Pharma in their portfolios for over 2 years now.
Everyone seems to be watching for stimulus from the Government without realising that there are no stimulus bigger than high liquidity, historically low rates and the need for banks to lend.
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