Satya Saurabh Khosla, Author, How to Prevent Recession

Satya Saurabh Khosla, Author, How to Prevent Recession

Satya is the Author of the book ‘How to prevent recession’ and ‘156 Questions about how to prevent recession’. Satya, based on his vast knowledge draws upon ancient wisdom and scriptures extensively and his lecture series offer a curriculum that fulfills the new global goal of education. It is posted on the ministry of education website swam and can be accessed by all.

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Overview

The stability of the global economy is variably dependent upon financial institutions and other capitalized resources. Economic instability in one country leads to a disastrous domino and instability in the global economy. The 2008 recession is one of the biggest examples of worldwide economic instability and crisis. 

Today The Brand Called you brings you a very knowledgeable personality who predicted the 2008 and 2020 recessions by using ancient wisdom and management ideas! We welcome Satya Saurabh Khosla.

About Satya:

Satya is the Author of the book ‘How to prevent recession’ and ‘156 Questions about how to prevent recession’. Satya, based on his vast knowledge draws upon ancient wisdom and scriptures extensively and his lecture series offer a curriculum that fulfills the new global goal of education. It is posted on the ministry of education website swam and can be accessed by all.

Satya humbly informs that his motive is not to claim anything but to simply draw conclusions of his studies and provide solutions to such big problems. He calls himself an ‘observer’. He is trying to look at the larger truth.

The 2008 recession:

The 2008 recession was predicted in July. Satya informs that he was feeling unusual since 2004 itself. The recession was predicted in October 2007. 

“I was extremely uncomfortable since 2004 but yes it was predicted on October 4 2007. It was almost like the top of the market”

His prediction:
Satya shares his prediction with the audience. As a keen observer, he was already uncomfortable about the state of things since 2004. By drawing his conclusions from ancient wisdom and the global situations that were prevalent, Satya predicted a crisis.

“My prediction stated that the misuse of derivatives and leveraging in the USA housing market will lead the global economy into a recession. It gave a mathematical calculation saying that when as was being said the interest rate is going to rise by a very minuscule amount and I have done the you know the larger truth, the macro calculation of that. It was very obvious to me that you know it’s going to lead to a lot of pain. I gave that calculation and I said that in the end of 2007, this pain will become obvious to everybody.”

Satya believed that making a prediction was not enough. He wanted to work towards the welfare of society. Therefore he started working on his book where he suggested precautions and preventions of a possible recession. 

Satya shares the many experiences he has gained as a truth observer. He believes that he is an observer rather than a doer. He wanted to fore warn the people about an upcoming crisis. 

Satya also talks about the 2020 prediction and how this time there was less time and planning span in hand. He highlights the benefits academicians and governments can gain through such predictions and why it is important to understand recession trends. His knowledge has led him to draw some big welfare oriented conclusions and preventions.

According to Satya, trust is a vital core value and it should be treated with caution! 

Profile

The predictions: 2008 Recession had lessons for business; 2020 lessons for life.
His lectures for PhD students use them for a curriculum that meets OECD’s new goal (changed in 2008) – to create Well Being (along with prosperity) through education; https://onlinecourses.swayam2.ac.in/aic21_ge02/preview
On March 9,2020, he predicted a recession and suggested the way out of such problems (International Conference of Industry 4.0; March 9, 2020.) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLWuBw2LYJQ&t=37s). In 2007, his article predicting a global recession was published in Business Times, Singapore on October 4, 2007. The USA stock markets started falling from October 9, 2007 to cascade in 2008. The article stated that practices in USA Housing and the misuse of derivatives and leveraging will take the global economy into a recession. Its mathematical calculation showed that after end 2007 the pain will become self-evident. Later, the business cycle dating committee of National Bureau of Economic Research confirmed Dec 2007 as the beginning of the recession (as given in article’s calculation ) and March 2020 as the start of this one.
His book “How to prevent recession – using ancient wisdom and management ideas” was uploaded on Amazon on the exact day of the next high of USA stock markets (his other attempts also coincide with subsequent tops). His book is referred to in the Future of Government Report of the World Economic Forum. His work is reviewed by academicians including Prof Sir Cary Cooper, former Director IIMA etc.
While the first book redesigns the MBA curriculum, a book (yet to be launched) integrates wisdom in the understanding of Mathematics, Sciences, Economics and Management. His books carry a Foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama (who concludes in the first book: “This is a very profound concept”). His Mathematics, Sciences book is reviewed by Founder Vice-Chancellor, Delhi Technological University, who was also 2019 President of Association of Indian Universities and is currently VC of a University.. At Arianna Huffington’s request he had written a 4 part series on “Social Inequality and Recession: causes and possible cure” for Huff Post. Subsequently, a leading academic Journal of Japan sidestepped rule of original work and requested the author’s permission to republish these articles.

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