Why India has not produced a JL-level Trader yet?

One question that intrigues me is: Why no great traders from India yet?

US has produced so many: JL, Wyckoff, Gann, Keane, etc. Europe has Soros, Linda, Ricardo ( early economist). Japan has Munhasa (ancient rice trader).

And what has India given: MM, HM, RJ, RKD, etc.

But these I consider more to be operators/cartels, rather than TA-driven traders. I could be wrong, in which plz correct me!

But, if I am right, then why is it so for India?

My WIP theory: Perhaps Indian markets have offered more "juice" to traders by following an operator/cartel approach than TA..
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