Stocks to Buy: Want to enter D-Street now? Read this before hopping on the buy-on-dip bandwagon

FIIs worried about costly valuations in rising interest rate scenario are using any growth in India stock to sell While domestic investors are using the fall to buy. Market data shows that domestic investors, led by retail investors, have been able to offset nearly 80 per cent of the Rs 2.2 lakh crore outflow by foreign investors in 2022 so far. But before you join the buy-the-dip brigade and invest your hard-earned money in riskier assets in a volatile market, it is imperative to figure out the right asset allocation…