Sushil Kedia, CMT, CAIA, FRM (see bio below) will be interviewing Carson Dahlberg, CMT via twitter this upcoming Saturday, December 3rd, 2011 at 11:30PM EST (This will be Sunday December 4th 10AM in India).
Sushil Kedia, 1969, has been traversing the Indian Equity markets for close to last two decades with a career that has spanned varied roles as a successful analyst, trader, broker, strategist, and investment manager. Sushil is serving on the Board of Directors of the Market Technicians, Inc. for the term 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2014. He is the first Asian ever to be elected to this position. He has worked in the past for companies such as ING Barings, Standard Chartered Bank, and Devonshire Capital as well as with a few of the best Indian financial services names.
He is a qualified Chartered Market Technician as well as a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst. He brings to the table a unique faculty at blending fundamental value assessments with Technical & Quantitative Market timing frameworks.
He is a Post Graduate in Business Management from the XLRI Jamshedpur School of Business. He has continued to pursue varied learning programs and recently earned the FRM certification from GARP. He is also pursuing a Masters in Financial Engineering from The National University of Singapore.
He is one of the earliest Alternative Investment professionals in the Indian markets and has done significant work in the arenas of market timing, derivatives strategy, quantitative trading, and investing in the Indian context.
His focus is India and his keen interest is in every other liquid and tradable market on the globe from across commodities, currencies, and equity indices.
He has been a regular columnist, market commentator in the various media, regular speaker at various industry conferences in India and overseas, and a highly networked professional who brings multi-faceted holistic perspectives on Indian markets with global inter-market analytics across time spans ranging from intraday to multi-year time fractals.
His hobbies include playing chess, swimming, studying crowds, cookery, writing and reading.