- longer investment horizon curtails chances of negative return, if someone has invested in NIFTY 50 for 10 more years he would not have received a negative return.
- For a ten-year investment period, the average return is 11.42% (CAGR).
- A 15-year investment period provides the best average return of 12.29% (CAGR).

- The last 20 years of the Indian stock market have shown multiple winners and loser sectors.
- FMCG is a clear winning sector it has a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of close to 20% which could have resulted in 1 lakh rupees multiplying to 38 lakhs.
- The second winner is the auto sector with a CAGR of 19.83% and the third winner is the financial services sector with a CAGR of 19.02%
- The obvious losers are the PSU banks and the pharma industry with a CAGR of 11.76% and 14.32% respectively.

- Once upon a time per capita GDP of India was higher than China. Now GDP per capita of India is one-sixth of China's GDP per capita.
- For year 2023, GDP per capita of India was 2239 USD and for China it was 12174 USD.
- In 2022, India had GDP per capita of 2099 USD whereas China GDP per capita was 11560 USD.
- In 2021 GDP per capita of India was $1936 whereas the GDP per capita of China stood at $11188.