Many people thought that a spark to ignite the fallen Adani shares was enough to make the stock prices burn brighter than before. Finally the fire came. Rajeev Jain, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of GQG Partners, kept Adani shares ablaze. GQG Partners is a US-headquartered global equity investment company. It is the world’s leading market investment firm.
Adani shares fell sharply following the Hindenburg report. Many banks and many investors stayed away from Adani shares. But Rajiv Jain has assessed that Adani shares are not only safe, but also irreplaceable shares. That belief was proved by investing Rs 15,446 crore. Also Read: Before Adani set foot on US soil, Hindenburg’s Anderson ‘back to war’ Adani Companies’ long-term growth prospects are excellent. He said that they are happy to invest in companies that will help India’s economy and infrastructure development. 25% of India’s air traffic passes through airports operated by Adani. It is estimated that 25 to 40 percent of India’s cargo volume passes through Adani’s ports.
Rajeev Jain, who moved from India to the US, is an investor with decades of experience. His approach is to take a bold approach to traditional investment methods. He turned GQG Investments into a $92 billion powerhouse in seven years. GQG Investments has also outperformed the benchmark funds by far.
Also Read: Hindenburg’s Anderson with new ‘weapon’ against Adani; It is alleged that the UN sanctions have been blown up Jain’s method is to invest large sums of money in individual stocks. He describes himself as a quality growth manager. Bloomberg reports that investing is a game of survival, referring to Jain. He is also willing to make periodic changes in his investments. It is for this reason that Jain has become one of the few people who have survived the investment.
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