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Feeling Low; Here’s Your Dose Of Inspiration

Success is not final; failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts. — Winston S. Churchill

Observing the past 30 years, we all have seen many success and failure stories. It is easy to look back and reflect on what went wrong and what an individual could have done differently. However, what counts is the courage to continue forward despite failures.

Never live under the shadows of your success nor let the failures decide your fate. Instead, keep moving forward as the journey itself is worthwhile.

You must tell yourself; no matter how hard it is…

96.4% of Warren Buffett’s wealth came after his 65th birthday

How Investing Consistently For 75 Years Made Him A Billionaire

Most of us know about the famous investor Warren Buffett and his net worth of approximately $100 Billion. But, do you know 96.4% of that wealth came after Warren’s 65th birthday. Do you know Warren made his first billion dollars when he turned 55?

Warren’s secret sauce

Strangely we all remember how successful Warren is in investing and look forward to him for investment advice. However, we overlook the primary ingredient of Warren’s success, which is the power of investing consistently for years. …

Happiness is equal to"Result" minus “Expectations"

Importance Of “Enough”

One of the twenty lessons documented in the famous book “The Psychology of Money” is “Never Enough”. This article summarizes my learnings after reading that chapter.

We live in a time of capitalism and consumerism where we strive to earn and consume as much as possible. It’s never enough. Here is a small example to understand it better.

Consider a rookie basketball player earning $500k per annum. For most people, it’s above-average pay. But wait, let us compare it with a famous basketball player making $36 million every year. Now the payday of the rookie seems insignificant. …

5 Lessons I Learnt From The Investor Who Made $2 Million In The Stock Market

Recently I read the book “How I Made 2,000,000 in the Stock Market” by Nicolas Darvis. In this book, the author shares his journey as an investor, his learnings, and how he made $2 Million in the stock market.

It is an amazing book, and I will highly recommend it to everyone from beginner to experienced investors. One can learn many things from the author’s journey. In this article, I want to share things I found interesting that made me change how I invest.

How the author made $2 million starting with just $10k

Before I dive into what I learnt after reading the book, let me share how Mr…

Different Stages In Life Of An Investor

There are several stages through which most of the investors go through. I want to share the stages I went through as an investor in this article. My goal is to not only share with you the stages, but also the characteristics, common traps and things I learnt in each stage.

Stage 1: Gambler

In this stage an investor is new to the stock market and depending on whether the investor entered the market during the bull or bear period; the investor’s journey would be very different.

Common characteristics an investor displays in this stage.

  • Buying stocks based solely on the tips from friends, relatives or strangers (blogs, YouTube, etc.)
  • Selling…

Berkshire Hathaway Bought Back $43.4 Billion Of Its Shares — Is It a Sign That Stock Market Is Overvalued?

Many investors follow Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger to understand the current market situation and whether the market is oversold or overvalued. If you are following these financial gurus, you must be knowing that since 2018 Berkshire Hathaway has repurchased $43.4 billion worth of its shares. Not only that, during the pandemic and once the market started to open, the buyback activities actually picked up even more.

Buybacks in 2020 and 2021

Berkshire Hathaway bought back $24.7 Billion of its shares in 2020 and has already repurchased $12.5 billion in 2021. One of the reasons for these buybacks is that Warren and Charlie cannot find…

STOP -Do Not Pay Back Mortgage Early

For many, not paying back the mortgage early, if they can, seems to be a worse advice ever. However, I strongly believe that during times where money is cheap (ie historically low interest rates), investor or individuals are better off not paying their mortgage early.

It is actually simple maths and to understand this math, one needs to know only three things — Inflation, Interest Rates and Taxes.

What is Inflation? Inflation is when the unit value of a currency decreases over time. …

Lessons from a newly-made rich investor

Habits of Highly Successful Investors

I never thought that I would be writing an article on the habits that helped me create an investment portfolio of 100k in just 2 years. I was someone who wanted to be rich by investing in some magic coin overnight. Guess what? I didn’t find that magic coin, but I did find the habits that helped me reach my first milestone over time.

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We are a team of passionate writers and video creators writing on topics like real estate, stock investment and financial literacy. Our mission is to “Seek to be a better investor than before”. This is what you will also find in the articles we publish on our publication.

We focus on helping others learn basics of personal financing, value of long term investment and how to improve ones financial situation. We are seeking like minded writers who would love to contribute to our mission by publishing articles on one of the following topics:

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Which Stocks Performs Better During High Inflation Period?

Although it is difficult and confusing for investors to predict which stocks will perform better during high inflation. It has been observed that value stocks performs better than growth stocks during high inflation.

Difference between Value Stocks and Growth Stocks?

Let us first understand which stocks falls under value stocks category and which stocks fall under growth stocks category. In this article, value stocks are the stocks of companies that have positive cash flow, can fund their daily operations with their earned income and investors do not see much growth potential in future.

On the other hand growth stocks are the stocks of the companies that are…

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