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Make gradual entry in mkts, understand risks: Sebi chief to small investors

Ball is in govt's court, says Sebi chairman on using demat accounts for investing in G-secs

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Sebi | Ajay Tyagi | retail investor

Samie Modak  |  Mumbai 



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Tyagi said currently the ball is in the government’s court when it comes to allowing use of dematerialized accounts (dmat) for investing in g-secs.

Lured by a sharp rally in stock prices, small investors are entering in droves. The stock market watchdog, however, has a word of caution for them — make a gradual entry, understand the risks, and take well-informed decisions.

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First Published: Wed, July 22 2020. 12:10 IST

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