Being an investor for many years in the market, the 2019 election is no lesser like an event to record that ever happened. This is fueling concern to investors and their approach to trade in the market.
It has been said that the Indian market is used to take advantage of volatility.

From past records, the volatility has increased than the benchmark indices such as Nifty after the election. The Nifty stocks have shown volatility more than doubled in the month after election results in 2014 than it was in the prior month and most of these were public sector stocks. The rupee which is considered as Asia’s top-performing currency over the past month has shown the lowest yield of the year.

As per economists, India's economy has experienced good reforms up till under the Modi government".

Ultimately it is the market fact that ''markets capture emotions, thus, the election period will undergo lots of volatility''.