He is rated among the country’s top stock market investors, having made his fortune by identifying shares of multinational FMCG companies when they were going cheap in the 80s.
Now 85, Chandrakant Sampat looks at capital markets in general with a sense of foreboding, his belief in capitalism having been shaken by the events of the past few years.
And he has thrown his lot with the camp of economists and market participants who believe that easy money policies of central banks and unbridled consumerism has set the stage for increased social and financial turmoil in the days ahead.
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