Trend watcher, Global Macro investor, Former CIO, Blogger
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I have Studied commerce and Economics and some more ….. Austrian Economics in Munich , Germany

I was chief investment officer at some large Asset managers in India and at one point managing USD 6 billion in equity , fixed income , offshore and PMS assets at Tata ... more


Charts That Matter- Monday, Jan. 13
The world economy and commodity prices will get a boost in 2020.
Charts That Matter - Thursday, January 9
US auto loan and credit card delinquencies are trending higher.
Global Markets Commentary And Outlook
Almost every major central bank across the world is easing at the moment in hopes of generating a mini-cycle trough to rebound growth in 2020.
Charts That Matter - Friday, Dec. 13
Morgan Stanley expects 2020 will be driven by an improvement in the world excluding the US, while US growth flatlines around trend.
Charts That Matter - Friday, Nov. 29
US headed for 0% GDP growth in Q4 and Q1.
Charts That Matter - Thursday, Nov. 28
Latin American markets are experiencing a rout as anti-government protests spread. Brazil, Chile and Colombia’s currencies have all weakened to record lows.


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Is The Oil Rout Over?
1 year ago

Thanks for some interesting observations

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