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22 Sep, 5 tweets, 2 min read
1.Opinion trump Facts : Was hearing @udayanmukharji's show where Ridham says he has been tracking Sensex since 1985. Sensex came into being only in 1986. ( Jan 2nd 1986 ) 😳
2. In the same program Udayan asks as to what will be the trigger for a major global correction. He should know that there are NO identifiable triggers for any Top/major correction. 🙄
3. @ShekharGupta also on the Evergrande issue. He was saying global markets are already having severe falls because of this fear, including India. All he needed to check was the last couple of weeks moves. Or for that matter even yesterday's moves, especially the US opening.😬
Slightly better than the reply I got from a well respected market commentator & an author of books on Investing on CH . When I asked him about the way forward in the markets he gave me this priceless gem " If you had invested in the Sensex in 1979 you could have made 14 % CAGR 🧐
I wanted to tell the pompous old fool how wrong his facts were Did not want to embarrass him on a bright Sunday morning where his Gyan was being lapped up by 200 + eager Bhakths.😡

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1.“The Dog that Didn’t Bark”
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1. MY BIGGEST REGRET : Recently on a CH session, a guy asked me whether I regretted my decision to accumulate Dec Put options in end July when Nifty was around 16k. My reply : I never regret my actions made after a great amount of study so long as only I lose money.
2. Regret happens when others take my advice & lose money or don't make money. However in the past have regretted since others took my advice & lost an opportunity.
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1. Time to validate what this 91 year old gentleman says :
2. My good friend @Prashanth_Krish supplied me this data on MF flows in the past
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1. ONE LONE VOICE ...... Q: If a tree falls in a forest, and there’s no one around to hear it, does it make a sound?🙄 Another "rant" in 10 parts.
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