5 investing lessons to Learn from the  Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala was an Indian billionaire business magnate, stock trader, and investor. He began investing in 1985 with a capital of ₹5,000, with his first major profit in 1986.

If you call yourself an investor, then you must fall under the opportunistic and optimist categories.

Be An Optimist

According to the Big Bull, always respect the price. At every price, there is a buyer and a seller. Only the future decides who is right. Learn to respect what you can get wrong.

'Bhav Bhagwan Hai’

Markets may remain irrational more than the rational being can remain solvent.

Don’t borrow to invest

The ace investor says that investors should beware of this four-letter word. Only invest what you can afford to lose in the short term.

Take Risk

Make mistakes. Make a mistake that you can afford so that you can live to make another one. But never repeat the same mistake.

Investing cannot be taught