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60 Inspiring Quotes & Tips by Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala need no introduction. He is known as stock guru and warren buffet of India. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has made history by creating wealth of $6 Billion in Indian stock market.

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is Chartered Accountant by qualification but an investor / trader by profession. He is one of the wealthiest person in India. He made his fortune from stock market trading.

Today we will share 60 Inspiring quotes and tips of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala with you.

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60 Inspiring Quotes & Tips by Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

  1. If a girl is beautiful a suitor will come. If a stock is beautiful, a suitor will come. So I don’t search for suitors when I buy the stock.
  2. I have learnt two things about the press and wives. When they say something – don’t react.
  3. Markets are like women — always commanding, mysterious, unpredictable and volatile.
  4. Anticipate trend and benefit from it. Traders should go against human nature.
  5. Successful investors are opportunistic and optimistic ones.
  6. Respect the market. Have an open mind. Know what to stake. Know when to take a loss. Be responsible.
  7. Growth comes out of chaos.
  8. Market is above individuals. The market is rational. An individual can never be smarter than the market.
  9. Maximize profits and minimize losses.
  10. Invest in a business not a company.
  11. Emotional investment is a sure way to make loss in stock markets.
  12. If in doubt, listen to your heart.
  13. Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.
  14. Aspire, but never envy.
  15. Be paranoid of success — never take it for granted. Realize success can be temporary and transient.
  16. Build a fighting spirit — take the bad with the good.
  17. Have some cash in hand so that you can grab the opportunity when it occurs.
  18. Blindly following stock picks by big investors is not a wise thing to do.
  19. Give your investments time to mature. Be Patient for the World to discover your gems.
  20. Never get carried away by aberrations, recognize and respect them but do remember that the market corrects its aberration though it takes time.
  21. Never in my life have I not made an investment because the stock is not popular. In fact I like to make the investment when the stock is not popular.
  22. Vadhere vadhare levanu vadhare vadhare beichavanu”-Buy as the market is rising sell as the market is falling.
  23. Like wives markets are always right. With wives you can argue but with markets you can’t.
  24. You know, trading always keeps you on your feet, it keeps you alert. That’s one of the reasons why I like to trade.
  25. First thing I’ve learnt is that markets work. They are the best mechanism to build societies.
  26. Either don’t come to markets or don’t regret what you have done.
  27. Teji me sab ka bol bala, mandi me sab ka muh kala.
  28. I only make mistakes, which I can afford, where I can lift to begin again.
  29. You do not succeed without obsession.
  30. The market is supreme.
  31. With time, everything changes and passes. Find the excesses.
  32. Always know what to stake and when to take a loss.
  33. Make the investment when the stock is not popular.
  34. The prettiest part of the stock is that it has to be cheap – the entry point.
  35. Do not invest in those cheap stock which will give huge returns when your children are grown up. Think about a reasonable time also.”
  36. Hold on to a stock only if will give returns and not become emotionally attached to it.
  37. In the market you have to be like a chameleon, always changing your colours and going with the trend. You’re lost if try to go against it.
  38. See the world as it is, rather than what you would like it to be.
  39. When opportunities come, they can come through technology, marketing, brands, value protections, capital, etc. You need to be able to spot those.
  40. Invest in the small caps, which will be the large caps. The biggest challenge of investing is that you should recognize whether organization has the ability to scale.
  41. I have far less than people think, but far more than I need.
  42. I initially wanted to become a broker, but I didn’t have the capital to be a broker, so I started investing.
  43. Markets make excesses but those excesses come to an end. You have to judge how long will that excess last and when will it end. We will try and make money both ways.
  44. Trading is against human nature.
  45. You have to lose many a battle to win the war. (Churchill)
  46. As a rule in trading never ever average.
  47. My decision to aggressively invest in the asset class of Indian equities at the right time was a very important determinant of my success.
  48. Value investing is relevant in all circumstances. But thought processes and principles are dynamic and not static. Be open to change.
  49. Prepare for losses. Losses are part and parcel of stock market investor life
  50. If you see an opportunity, grab it today!
  51. If you believe in the growth prospects of a company, invest in the stock and give it sufficient time.
  52. Greedy investors will never make money in stock markets. Book profits after reaching your target price.
  53. Never put your hard earned money without proper research. Never invest according to “Stock tips”.
  54. Never react and change your investment decisions according to daily business news. Panic selling is a bad habit
  55. Invest in companies which have strong management and competitive advantage.
  56. Opportunities will come and go. Are you prepared to grab them?
  57. Never invest at unreasonable valuations. Never run for companies which are in limelight.
  58. Passionate investors always make money in stock markets. You will never fail in any work if you do it with passion.
  59. Learn from mistakes. Learn to take a loss.
  60. Always go against tide. Buy when others are selling and sell when others are buying.

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Shitanshu Kapadia
Shitanshu Kapadia
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