Thursday, 18 April 2013

Irrational exuberance continues to send Indian markets climbing

The Economic times reported today that the Indian stock market market has risen higher for the week by 770 points. As I have blogged before there really is no basis for this continued irrational exuberance. The finger of blame for this steadily inflating bubble can be pointed to portfolio investments flowing in though Mauritius which is simply money laundered overseas by tax dodging citizens through hawala channels and returned back as legitimate portfolio investments through Mauritius.

The other channel for laundering this money is right in India in real estate in the major cities of Mumbai & New Delhi where the bubbly property market has reached stratospheric levels long time ago. When these multiple bubbles burst...and burst they will...look for shelter outside India...

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