Stock market experts pay tribute to Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, remember his contribution

Market analysts have lamented that he had a lot of faith in the country’s growth story and the energy within him made him special. Jhunjhunwala, 62, died of a heart attack on Sunday morning.

Jhunjhunwala, 62, died of a heart attack on Sunday morning.

Market analysts condoled the death of stock market veteran Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, saying that he had great faith in the country’s growth story and the energy contained within him made him special. 62 years old Jhunjhunwala He died of a heart attack on Sunday morning. Nikhil Kamat, founder of Zerodha tweeted that no one like you will ever be seen.

He had full faith in India’s growth story: Knowledgeable

Jhunjhunwala was sometimes called the Warren Buffet of India and the Big Bull of Indian markets. Axis Securities Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) B Gopakumar said the energy he brought to the TV studio can never be forgotten.

He said that he had full faith in India’s growth story. He always proved that if a person maintains his investment in good companies, his wealth is sure to increase.

Another expert Sandeep Parekh said that Jhunjhunwala was such a personality, listening to whose speech even such people believed in the story of the country’s growth, who did not believe so. Sushant Bhansali, CEO, Ambit Asset Management said that Jhunjhunwala was one of the most trusted people in the India story.

died at the age of 62

Let us tell you that Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, who was called the ‘Warren Buffet of India’, the veteran investor of the stock market, died of a heart attack on Sunday morning. He was 62 years old. His net worth was $5.8 billion (Rs 46,000 crore).

A source in Jhunjhunwala’s recently launched airline ‘Akasa Air’ said that Jhunjhunwala suffered a heart attack on Sunday morning. He was immediately taken to Breach Candy Hospital but had passed away by the time he reached the hospital. His last rites will be performed on Sunday evening after his brother’s arrival from Dubai.

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has left behind his wife and three children. He was keeping unwell for some time. He had some problem with his kidney. In his last public event, he came in a wheelchair.

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