Insightful lessons from 

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

Mr. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala ( July 1960 – 14 August 2022) is celebrated as an  ace Indian investor.  He was known as 'The Big Bull.

Invest in Health

There are some things that money cannot buy, and one of those things is your physical well-being. He always advocated to invest in health.

Approach market with an open mind

Many a time he had mentioned that’ Bhav bhagwan hai‘ , meaning ‘Price is God‘ in share markets.

Take calculated risk

He took risks in a very calculated manner. When Covid first began, he quickly unloaded shares worth a total of Rs 400 crore, which he did in just two days.

Don’t borrow to invest

He would advice to be aware, that leverage has neither a mother nor a father, nor any friends. The use of leverage is cruel.

Virtue of patience

He did not sell even a single share of stock so long as the core aspects of the company continue to be sound.

No emotional attachment

“Emotional investment is a sure way to make losses in the stock market”, he would advise. 

Wisdom and wealth are not related

Considering a bull market are your own genius is a big mistake. One should be able to recognise mistakes and move away without delay.

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