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Rajesh Jain – Friend Of The BJP


wealthymattersRajesh Jain is a Mumbai based serial entrepreneur , investor, technologist and committed BJP supporter.He is the founder and Managing Director of Netcore Solutions Pvt Ltd.Should you wish to get to know him better,you can catch up with his views on his personal blog Emergic.org. He has been a key backroom player in creating the Narendra Modi wave on social media.He started the network of professionals called Friends of BJP and funded the right-leaning website NitiCentral .

He made many millions early on, when he sold his portal IndiaWorld-India’s first Internet portal which was launched in 1995-to Sify ,in 1999, for 500 crore.

He is currently invested in 11 companies through his own fund -Emergic Venture Capital.

  1. Novatium – Network Computers ($100 PC)
  2. Rajshri Media – Broadband and Mobile Portal
  3. Midas – Communications Equipment
  4. n-Logue – Rural Services
  5. ValueFirst – Enterprise Mobility (SMS)
  6. Greynium – Local Language Portals and Classifieds
  7. mChek – Mobile Payments
  8. New Horizon Media – Local Language Publishing
  9. Yos Technologies – Personal Healthcare Records
  10. Intelizon – Solar Energy for Rural Electrification
  11. Mobifusion – Consumer Mobile Apps

With Narendra Modi becoming a popular search term on the internet, it should be interesting to watch the what Rajesh Jain does next.

Should you be interested in an interview,check out the one here:Link

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World’s Greatest Money Maker – Warren Buffett.


This is a BBC documentary I watched on Saturday on the internet.It was aired in India a few days ago. My friend Avishek Jha saw caught it on TV and was pretty insistent that I watch it.

This BBC documentary seems to have been made a couple of years ago and has probably been aired in the UK ,before being broadcast in India.So my apologies to my UK readers for re posting old stuff.

This documentary focuses more on Warren Buffett, the person,the manager,the entrepreneur and the philanthropist rather than just the investor .I think the movie is worth watching and at least I came out learning a couple of new things about the man.Here are the links to the documentary.Happy Watching!

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Jack Canfield on Finding a Mentor


Nobody but a person who has already become what you want to be can tell you what you need to do to get yourself there.Here’s Jack Canfield on how to get the mentor of your choice.So all you would be ace investors , entrepreneurs and would-be billionaires here’s something for you:

Edward Zajac – 94 year old investor


This is a story I came across in the Economic Times.It seems to be a reprint from Bloomberg.I have this story pinned to my notice board just to remind me how Dumb Money can become Smart Money.Here is a person who seems to have made good money without trying to become an expert at investing.He has accepted his lack of expertise and found a way to benefit from the expertise of the “smart money”.His method involves just looking at some basic facts before putting his money in a company.The skills required are really basic.The rest of his magic merely seems to be a result of compounding due to his Time in the Market and the wisdom that comes from experience.To follow him we don’t need to understand financial statements or master technical analysis.

 Buy & hold strategy not dead yet for 94-year-old investor

wealthymatters.comNEW YORK: Stick with stocks, says investor Edward Zajac. He should know. The 94-year-old has been trading for 72 years and said he’s made about $2.5 million.

“I am a live, open-hearted investor,” said Zajac. “I’m willing to hold that stock 5, 10 years, if I have to.” Zajac, who lives with his daughter in Henderson, Nevada, bought his first stock, Petroleum & Resources, in 1937 while attending the University of Illinois. He’s invested full-time since 1968, after retiring from installing computer systems to travel the US in a recreational vehicle with his wife. Read more of this post

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala on ET NOW


This is a video of a short interview of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala aired on ET NOW.I caught it on TV earlier this week.I thought of putting it up here for the actionable information it contains.So Gook Luck! But do remember not to be too greedy as even the legends can be wrong.

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