{Interview) Jayant Bhandari – India, Currency Controls, and Corruption

Jayant Bhandari, who is an advisor to institutional investors and the founder of the highly acclaimed ‘Capitalism and Morality’ symposium sits down with Maurice Jackson to discuss the events unfolding in India with regards to capital controls, currency restrictions, corruption, the merits of owning gold, and how this could impact Western Economies. In addition, Jayant shares with investors companies in the Junior Mining Sector that are capturing his attention.




Proven & Probable

Proven & Probable

Maurice Jackson

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1 Comment on "{Interview) Jayant Bhandari – India, Currency Controls, and Corruption"

  1. Total, absolute, utterly exaggerated and biased version of prevailing situation in India. Please have interviews of so-called “experts” who give both sides of the story. I count myself among the people who favor gold investments, but this fellow is clearly ridiculous

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