Puru Saxena

Puru Saxena is the founder of Puru Saxena Wealth Management, his Hong Kong based firm which manages investment portfolios for individuals and corporate clients.  He is a highly showcased investment manager and a regular guest on CNN, BBC World, CNBC, Bloomberg, NDTV and various radio programs.

Puru Saxena Articles

BIG PICTURE – After bottoming out in 2012, America’s housing market has climbed to a 6-year high and it is probable that the 2006-record will be surpassed within the next 2-3 years.
BIG PICTURE – Over the past few weeks, geo-political tensions have increased in various parts of the world and we have also experienced a sovereign debt default. Despite these developments, the majority of the stock markets have held up...
BIG PICTURE – The ongoing bull market is over 5 years old and both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P500 Index have climbed to record highs. Yet, the vast majority of retail investors are still not convinced and many are...
BIG PICTURE – Monetary policy remains accomodative and housing is rebounding in the developed world. Consequently, business activity is improving and this is being reflected in the related stock markets.
BIG PICTURE – Interest rates are near historic lows, credit is cheap and the prominent central banks are not planning to pursue tough monetary policies anytime soon. Consequently, the stock markets of the developed world are rallying and...
BIG PICTURE – The world’s economy is growing at a tepid pace and the majority of central banks are pursuing expansionary monetary policies. Furthermore, the central banks of the developed world are engaged in unprecedented asset purchases...
The world’s economic landscape is changing and after a disastrous decade, America is once again in the driver’s seat. Contrary to the 2000-2011 time frame (when the developing nations fared a lot better than America), the tide seems to...
The ‘race to debase’ is on and the majority of nations are now involved in competitive currency devaluations.  For instance, in addition to America, Euro zone and Switzerland, even Japan has now affirmed that it wants to weaken its...
Let's face it; the availability and cost of credit determine the value of every asset on the planet. When credit is cheap and plentiful, all assets (with the exception of government bonds) inflate or appreciate in value. Conversely, when...
"In the short run, the market is a voting machine, but in the long run it is a weighing machine" - Benjamin Graham

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