Technology Drives India Opportunity

Published on
May 31st, 2017
Duration
3 minutes

Technology Drives India Opportunity

Trade Ideas ·
Featuring Emad Mostaque

Published on: May 31st, 2017 • Duration: 3 minutes

Emad Mostaque of Capricorn Fund Managers foresees opportunities for investors in the non-conventional finance and lending sphere, on the back of India’s technological leap forwards with India Stack bringing financial services to the unbanked population. Filmed on May 23, 2017, in London.

Comments

  • AT
    Adam T.
    5 June 2017 @ 17:18
    Would the outcome of this years' Indian elections have any negative effects on growth?
  • ML
    Michael L.
    2 June 2017 @ 23:21
    it's disappointing that there's not a better way than a broad ETF
    • AM
      A M.
      4 June 2017 @ 20:20
      Try JP Morgan India Inv.Trust ( JIT.L), or India Growth Capital (IGC.L). Latter exposed to smaller Indian companies.
  • SS
    Steve S.
    2 June 2017 @ 09:50
    Why not invest in Indian banks listed on the NYSE like HDFC Bank?
  • ag
    amin g.
    1 June 2017 @ 06:16
    How exactly has india disappointed? The market is at all time highs and the space you are talking about has been on a tear since the last 3 years. Edelweiss has gone from 50 to 180 in a year, bajaj finance has doubled etc. I get the investment idea, but i disagree with the disappointment comment. Also a lot of companies in this space seem to have the news well priced in.
    • FC
      Forest C.
      8 June 2017 @ 22:12
      Agree, I don't this is a pitch of a undervalue investment. I am more interesting knowing the potential flow of foreign back to the market as mentioned as one of the catalyst; it will be interesting to see how the lower financial transaction cost will fuel the market by domestic investors as well
  • fT
    forecast T.
    1 June 2017 @ 05:59
    Bitcoin wallets , block chains , $INFY
  • MS
    Matt S.
    31 May 2017 @ 16:49
    People do realize that is the slippery slope to total enslavement of the human population by globalists, with no means of escape don't they? I find it hard to get excited about or to want to profit from it.