Contrarian Investor: Is India set for a long-term bull run?

Contrarian Investor: Is India set for a long-term bull run?

As a fully paid-up member of the evil metropolitan overlord class - aka the 'liberal-left media elite' - I have always been a tad amused by the absence of a second line of attack, namely we are all unnecessarily cynical.

I know a great many journalists who are fairly conservative, whereas I know of virtually no respected, sensible investment journalist who is not a complete out and out cynic. So, it was against this...

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