India today looks as if somebody stuck a pole into a beehive and shook the bees out of their daily routines. You don’t mess with bees’ routines for they get really angry! Indians today are angry over what they perceive are the acts of a “fascist” government, including raising hostel fees that have been stagnant for over 40 years and have no relation to the current levels of purchasing power. Others are angry at those who are angry. Yet others are letting off steam unrelated to the current issues but maybe just the stress in the extended family—why waste a good fight? Most others are generally feeling bad about the news of a slowing GDP, a consumption pull back and an overhang of bad news about the economy. One part of the country, however, seems to be immune to this anger and grief—the republic of the stock market is literally on its own trip and is hitting new highs every other day. What’s going on?