What’s in your wallet? (asked on Linkedin by Bill Kreger)

“I am looking forward to investing in the banking industry as soon as the dust settles down in the markets. Check http://www.socialpicks.com/ for a stock by stock update of which ones are especially good. I am on it as zyaadakairaada in case you want to look up specific choices for buying. As far as equities are concerned, this would be the best of times after yesterday’s carnage. However, one does need to be careful and not lose one’s deep pockets so if you have a 100 $, don’t put in more than $ 50 at any time and the rest , use the whole of next six months to spend. Emerging market bonds are good too, if you are interested, or another 10 $ . And don’t use the family silver to pick up loans at this time. or dwell in margin financing.”


About zyakaira

Investment Banker, 40s, Bangalore This Biopic and this web recreates how one point of view, one person can impact a tremendous economic engine that the world thrives and mis-thrives on. This one has the knowledge and the civil sense , the art of conversation and some good writing to mentor others as powerful and help global managers develop and fine tune their approach on US markets, China, India and the world. Read on here, and let me know what you need. It can be a race for TRPs, a race for new markets and a race to do what is right. I have the pulse of the crisis, the recovery and the market direction and can help you build and refine your strategy as i have helped thousands of managers and multiple global corporations. Of course, it’s more fun if you talk to me. I am in favor of leading this moving of the economic crisis and will partner with you in a soft and subtle way, just the way we both ride to the top. But you can write with us, opine and just reply with aplomb and shine on Twitter , 4 square , Facebook and any other social “choupal” of choice via zyaadakairaada Profile & Portfolio - SocialPicks Different flavours at: http://benchilibowl.wordpress.com http://zyaada.mp

Posted on November 2, 2008, in Global, Meltdown, US and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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