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Retail investors in India are bullish by default. They are strong believers in India’s long-term story, and rightly so, says Sandeep Bhardwaj of IIFL Securities.

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Market Outlook | Market Trends | stock market investment


Puneet Wadhwa |
New Delhi



The second half of 2022 will be the time for investors to seriously shake up their portfolios, SANDEEP BHARDWAJ, managing director of retail at IIFL Securities, told Puneet Wadhwa in an interview. Edited excerpts:


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First published: Wednesday 06 July 2022. 10:52 IST

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