Read a while back that there’s no plan to raise interest rates. Earliest might be in the year 2023. 'Till then, fundamentally, it’s safe to say investors will continue focusing on stocks. My question is will retail investors take that as a cue to prepare for profit-taking as soon as 2023 comes around? If so, which type of companies are they letting go, and which will they hold on to? Hold on to the tried and tested blue chips and let go of the ones that rode the post-pandemic wave? What are your thoughts?