Raves

If you are a high net worth individual with serious money, would you engage with some technical analyst who offers ‘calls’ day-in and day-out? If you are a finance director of a major corporation, would you blindly follow what your bank relationship officer tells you to do? Everyone knows that those who offer products from institutions have one major goal: meet their sales targets. While some of them do care about your welfare, it is inevitable that self-interest will score higher. That is why you need an unbiased opinion. How do you find such a person, and how would you know if he is highly respected in the financial markets? Your search has probably ended here.

 

Below are 11 sets of Reuters conversations that might interest you. You will see that traders from literally every major bank and from every corner of the world have sought me out for my views on the market. Why would Central Banks call me to train their dealers? Why would the global heads of Foreign Exchange or Commodities business reach out for my views? It is because I have developed a keen understanding of how financial markets work. It is not just superior technical analysis, but market experience that makes a difference in what I offer. I offer a strategy that specifically deals with your problems. Having run the dealing room of a large bank, and having worked with billionaire investors and hedge funds, I know what matters to you. After leaving my full-time position as the Treasury Manager of a bank, I am now selectively accepting consulting engagements. Let us meet to discuss how your company could benefit from what I have to offer. If you wish to remain an anonymous individual, seeking a one-off consultation, that too is possible. In this case, you should check out https://wavetimes.com/consulting/

 

Here are the Reuter conversations I mentioned above:

 

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2 Comments

  • Dhanmesh

    Sir last time you were in India, there was an interview on CNBC wherein you where very bullish on reliance communication and Orchid Pharma.

    Any views now, on the same

    • Ramki Ramakrishnan

      Dhanmesh,
      It is true that I was bullish and there were some trades on the exclusive club that made us decent money. Afterwards, it became evident that especially RCOM was going to be in a prolonged down spell, and all trades were closed. IN the business of investing and trading, nothing is ever cast in stone. Any analysis is for the current period and once the analysis has served its purpose, we move on. Also, wave counts are a tool in the hands of the trader. They are not the answer to how companies’ fortunes will turn, as these depend on a variety of factors such as competitive environment, debt level, interest rates, management quality and integrity etc etc

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