Indea Hedge Fund Plans to Buy, Not ‘Panic,’ on Polls

Bloomberg – Indea Capital Pte, an India-focused hedge fund that manages about $300 million, plans to buy shares even if India’s election results disappoint investors, said Chief Investment Officer Raj Mishra.

The ruling Congress party-led coalition and the main opposition-led group may have each failed to secure enough votes to form a government, based on exit polls after a five- week election that ended May 13.

“The bias is to buy when there’s a post-election decline rather than to panic,” said Singapore-based Mishra, whose six- year-old Absolute Return Fund has returned an average 14.75 percent annually since it was set up. “Once the election is complete and we have better clarity about the strength of the government, then probably potential long-term investors will feel more comfortable.”

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