How FIIs make a killing

The man with no name doesn’t talk much. He is there where the action is thick and there is money to be made. He is unpredictable and is known for his silent exits. He keeps his cards close to his chest and even in the worst of situations, his expressions never give away his emotions.

We are not talking about a bond trader at Salomon Brothers in the eighties, nor are we talking about the equity sales guy from an Indian broking firm who sold illiquid stocks to domestic mutual funds in India and made a killing. But Blondie, played by Clint Eastwood in The Good, The Bad And The Ugly has a quirky resemblance to people in financial markets. Especially, FIIs who are present where the money is to be made and exit before anybody notices that they have already made the money.

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