Who Wanna Be A Millionaire?

I can see that glow and smile on your face, yes indeed most of us want to be a Lakhpati (Millionaire). Does India have that most admired tagline of the west “I Wanna Be A Millionaire”. Last 6 months I have been talking to young and old about the magical figure of Rs. 10 LakhsContinue reading “Who Wanna Be A Millionaire?”

Profit Taken To The Court

The last 15 months of unprecedented pandemic schooled us many valuable lessons. Investors aren’t sleeping over the investments anymore. Lockdown has taught us to be more Financially Independent, Prudent and Savvy. Some of these below mentioned learnings, I haven’t seen in my 2 decades of wealth building journey for my investors. Unprecedented demand for clarificationContinue reading “Profit Taken To The Court”

The Bulls of the Dalal Street have succumbed to the Bears

My dear Investor, Last 24 hours all of us shared one simple yet powerful statement on all media available to us. “Let’s celebrate victory of good against evil.” What transpired today is just the opposite. The Bulls of the Dalal Street have succumbed to the Bear’s powerful onslaught. The people who lost their valuations toContinue reading “The Bulls of the Dalal Street have succumbed to the Bears”

Legacy, Bestowing Prosperity To The Next Generation.

Happy Dussehra to you and your beloved family, Navratri Festival: Day 9 – Ram Navami – Purple Let me share a small true story: In 2013 she was my staff for a short while, a single parent with huge responsibility on her shoulder. Yesterday (24-Oct-20) I met her and family. It was a panic call.Continue reading “Legacy, Bestowing Prosperity To The Next Generation.”

Mistakes, Forgive and Move on to More Peaceful Ones

Good day Everyone, Navratri Festival: Day 8 – Ashtami – Peacock Green To Err Is Human. Mistakes happen all the time. In our life, education, character, career, relationships and wealth we do mistakes with absolute disregard. Neither they are Peacock nor Green. Mistakes never bothered me, but late realisation did. Not working on my intuitionContinue reading “Mistakes, Forgive and Move on to More Peaceful Ones”

Becoming Atmanirbhar in Personal Finance

Tough times are the best teachers. They push us to be better versions of ourselves, resolve, show courage and practice self-reliance. Often there is a great leap of faith during uncertainty, attempting to control only what we can and focussing on the basics, leaving everything else to fate. The past few months have seen ourContinue reading “Becoming Atmanirbhar in Personal Finance”

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