FPIs: ETMarkets Investors’ Guide: Why FPIs are booking profits while retail investors are buying | The Economic Times Podcast

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After selling stocks worth over Rs 13,000 crore in October, FPIs have pulled out funds to the tune of Rs 4,694 crore so far this month. Are foreign investors worried about lofty valuations or tapering by the Fed?

In today’s special podcast with independent market expert Rajiv Nagpal, we try to understand whether retail investors, who are flush with cash, can continue to support the market even as foreign investors cash out.

Listen in.

Welcome to the show Mr Nagpal.

1) Can you explain the key reasons behind the selling by FPIs in the first two weeks of this month?

2) Do you think the heavy inflow into big bang IPOs is also contributing to the decline in Sensex?

3) How strong and sustainable do you think the inflow of retail money can be in terms of offsetting the impact of selling by FPIs?

Thank you Mr Nagpal. That’s all in today’s special podcast. But do keep checking this space for more such interesting content. Good bye!

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