After the initial euphoria in 2014, the current calendar year has proved to be an anti-climax, with volatility ruling the roost. The Sensex, at one point, came tantalisingly close to its May 2014 level. With the benchmark indices still in the red year-to-date and the other big asset class — real estate — in the doldrums, India’s rich are sticking to equities, even as they flirt with start-ups, the new alternative asset class in town. For the fourth year in a row, Outlook Business got the country’s top wealth advisors to talk about their outlook for various asset classes and their asset allocation advice to clients. Over the 90-minute roundtable, the wealth advisors sounded confident and hopeful about 2016.
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