Gaurav Doshi, Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management has expressed his views on market in present scenario and his views are as appended below:
I think that in the near-term there is likelihood of it flattening out. Last time when I was here, I had said that the only difference we have this time is that post this risk on trade we do not expect a risk off move. We think the market will move sideways, consolidate, the large caps will correct, and midcaps will play catch up, narrow the gap, and participate. The one that haven't participated is because of three factors; one is that you had index large cap stocks deliver return of almost 30-40% so post expiry there could be some profit booking trades that could emerge over there. Second, the liquidity that has been the primary driving force behind our market, the overseas liquidity that we are getting is a function of money that is moving into emerging market ETFs. We had Jonathan Garner last week book some profit and raise some cash on his emerging market call. He had gone long on emerging markets in the end of December that trade work perfectly. The emerging market ETFs have had good run so he is taking some money home so even on one level the fund flows that we have been seeing could dry up or wait for probably selective better entry opportunity.