Sunil Kewalramani’s "2014: A roadmap for investors"

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2014: What lies ahead for stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies and real estate?



This book is a vital financial roadmap for investors for 2014. Sunil Kewalramani points out how he expects a steep fall in most global indices over the summer of 2014 followed by a dramatic recovery over the rest of 2014.



Sunil Kewalramani is a professional money manager and has advised and consulted for MNCs, institutional investors, mutual funds, pension funds and high net worth individuals in various parts of the world.



Sunil Kewalramani is an MBA from the Wharton Business School U.S.A, a CPA, Chartered Accountant from India and holds a Master’s Degree in Law and in Accounting from the University of Mumbai.



He is the CEO of Global Money Investor, a professional money management company with over $ 879 Million under management.



He has appeared regularly on Bloomberg, CNBC and ET NOW. He has regularly written in magazines and newspapers throughout the world such as The Economic Times, The Strategic Management Journal, Outlook Money Magazine, Business Standard, The Business Line, Financial Express, Mint and the Financial Chronicle.



Sunil Kewalramani had correctly predicted that the ‘Great Financial Crisis’ shall recede after March 2009. He had also correctly predicted the ‘oil crash of 2009’, the ‘structural bull market in gold in the 2000s’, the ‘crash of silver in May of 2011’, the ‘end of commodity super cycle in May of 2011’, the ‘crash of gold prices in June 2012’ and had foretold the ‘Greek financial crisis in December 2009’ which ended up roiling world financial markets.



Mr Kewalramani has addressed many conferences and addressed renowned management schools and colleges around the world.
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2014: What lies ahead for stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies and real estate?

Sunil Kewalramani had correctly predicted that the ‘Great Financial Crisis’ shall recede after March 2009. He had also correctly predicted the ‘oil crash of 2008’, the ‘structural bull market in gold in the 2000s’, the ‘crash of silver in May of 2014’, the ‘end of commodity super cycle’ was predicted by him in May of 2011, the ‘upcoming crash in gold prices’ predicted in June 2012 and Sunil Kewalramani had foretold the ‘Greek financial crisis in December 2009’ which ended up roiling world financial markets.

Can you identify periods during which stock market will rally at its best?

There is a school of thought in the world of investing that says that there are brief periods in a year when swift and sharp rallies in market indices takes place. So, you should stay invested throughout the year because you do not really know when these swift and short rallies will occur. Mr Sunil Kewalramani disagrees. He believes that if he can give you idea of when the short and swift rallies can occur, you can stay invested in these periods only, stay out of the market for the remaining part of the year and you will be able to clearly outperform the market. If you remain invested in the stock markets throughout the year, you will have to face the downside risk in the negative periods and your overall performance will be simply mediocre.

By being invested in periods in 2014 that Sunil Kewalramani has outlined in his book, an investor will gain comparative advantage and his/her portfolio will be able to clearly outperform the market indices.

Sunil Kewalramani is a professional money manager and has advised and consulted for MNCs, institutional investors, mutual funds, pension funds and high net worth individuals in various parts of the world.

He strongly believes that being able to predict movements of economies and stock markets in advance using superior analytical techniques gives a competitive edge to a professional fund manager and investor alike.

Sunil Kewalramani looks at factors likely to influence events in 2014-- the stocks, commodities, currencies and real estate markets likely to perform best over 2014.

Sunil Kewalramani had correctly predicted that the ‘Great Financial Crisis’ shall recede after March 2009. He had also correctly predicted the ‘oil crash of 2008’, the ‘structural bull market in gold in the 2000s’, the ‘crash of silver in May of 2011’, the ‘end of commodity super cycle in May of 2011’, the ‘crash of gold prices in June 2012’ and had foretold the ‘Greek financial crisis in December 2009’ which ended up roiling world financial markets.

Mr Kewalramani has addressed many international conferences as well as Multinational Companies and renowned management schools and colleges around the world.
 

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Notion Press
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Dec 31, 2014
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614
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9789384381141
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Sunil Kewalramani had correctly predicted that the 'Great Financial Crisis' shall recede after March 2009. He had correctly predicted that the 'Great Financial Crisis' shall recede after March 2009. He had also correctly predicted the 'Oil Crash of 2009', the 'Structural bull market in gold in the 2000s', the 'Crash of silver in May 2011', the 'End of commodity super cycle in May of 2011', the 'Crash of gold prices in June 2012' and had foretold the 'Greek financial crisis in December 2009', which ended up roiling world financial markets.

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There is a school of thought in the world of investing that says that there are brief periods in a year when swift and sharp rallies in market indices takes place. So, you should stay invested throughout the year because you do not really know when these swift and short rallies will occur. Mr Sunil Kewalramani disagrees. He believes that if he can give you idea of when the short and swift rallies can occur, you can stay invested in these periods only, stay out of the market for the remaining part of the year and you will be able to clearly outperform the market.

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