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Arjun Parthasarathy

Arjun Parthasarathy has spent 20 years in the financial markets, having worked with Indian and multinational organisations. His last job was as head of fixed income at a mutual fund. An MBA from the University of Hull, he has managed portfolios independently and is currently the editor of www.investorsareidiots.com . The website is for investors who want to invest in the right financial products at the right time.

Aug 11, 2014

Is Raghuram Rajan being an alarmist by predicting a global markets crash?

RBI governor, Raghuram Rajan has spoken out once more against competitive monetary policy easing by central banks, especially by the Fed and ECB. In an interview with London based 'Central Banking Journal' he commented on potential global markets crash on the back of competitive central bank easing.
#Indian rupee #Market Crash #nifty #Raghuram Rajan #Sensex

Aug 5, 2014

Raghuram Rajan is in for the long haul; investors should tag along

India is definitely on a better wicket than what it was last year, when macro indicators from fiscal deficit to inflation to current account deficit were highly negative driving down the rupee to record lows on worries of Fed tapering of asset purchases.
#Bonds #Indian rupee #investors #Raghuram Rajan #Reserve Bank of India #US Fed

Jun 27, 2014

Monsoon and markets: Sensex will continue its upward journey despite bad news

Historical evidence prove that the impact of a drought-like situation on the markets may not be as deep as it has been made out to be #Growth #Indian Railways #Investment #Railway Budget #restructuring

Jun 16, 2014

Iraq crisis: Here is how Indian equity investors can make the most of it

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sounded out the need for containing inflation and fiscal deficit and the budget for this fiscal year is likely to address these issues #Growth #Indian Railways #Investment #Railway Budget #restructuring

Jun 3, 2014

Sensex at record high: How Rajan brought cheer to markets despite doing little

The market ended at record high as RBI's stance in the bi-monthly credit policy review is taken as symbolic of good days ahead. The Sensex was up 173.74 points at 24858.59 and the Nifty closed at 7415.85, up 53.35 points #Growth #Indian Railways #Investment #Railway Budget #restructuring

Jun 2, 2014

Raghuram Rajan is unduly worried about QE. Will he rethink the policy this time?

The RBI maintaining a leash on policy coupled with a government that is fiscally strained will lead to growth being the victim #Growth #Indian Railways #Investment #Railway Budget #restructuring

May 12, 2014

Nifty at 7000: Will the election results support the Modi hope rally?

Equities could see a correction if the market chooses to take profits on election results coming out as predicted by exit polls #Growth #Indian Railways #Investment #Railway Budget #restructuring

May 9, 2014

Markets at record high: This should be your investment strategy

I am not saying that at all points of time you should be overweight equities. There are times when you should be extremely underweight equities such as time before the 2007-08 market crisis. However the current period is not a time to be underweight equities as a lot of positives are visible for the market.
#Growth #Indian Railways #Investment #Railway Budget #restructuring

May 9, 2014

Rupee climbs to 60 against the dollar. But don’t credit Modi mania for that

Will the rupee sustain at 60 and attempt to strengthen further from this level to trade under 60? The answer does not lie in the outcome of India's general election results that is to be declared on 16 May. The answer lies in the behaviour of the US dollar, the euro and the Japanese yen.
#Growth #Indian Railways #Investment #Railway Budget #restructuring

May 6, 2014

It is advantage rupee as PIIGS are now really flying. Here’s why

The high liquidity in the Eurozone will filter out and search for yields across the globe #Growth #Indian Railways #Investment #Railway Budget #restructuring