When it comes to stock markets you could be in any one of the five groups described below.:
- Group 1 - Never went anywhere near the stock markets because you have heard negative things about it
- Group 2 - You invested in the stock markets briefly and then burned your hands and stay away from it from then onwards
- Group 3 - You currently invest n the stock markets based on tips of trades received from friends, analysts etc.
- Group 4 - You currently invest n the stock markets after learning "Fundamental Analysis"
- Group 5 - You currently invest n the stock markets after learning "Technical Analysis"
Group 1 & Group 2 definitely find it very risky to play the stock market game. Group 3 is a bit more adventurous but the moment they make a few losses, can and do easily move to Group 2.
Group 3 and Group 4 are more serious about wanting to make money from the stock markets.
The challenge however with learning "Fundamental Analysis" is like learning to read the medical diagnostics reports without the necessary medical knowledge. Without a thorough understanding of what the "Fundamental Analysis" numbers really mean, most people find it difficult if not impossible to make a lot of money using "Fundamental Analysis".
"Technical Analysis" poses the same challenge and comes along with another overhead of having to drop everything else to monitor the stock market on a real time basis, every day. Most people find it too difficult as well as too time consuming and drop the idea of "trading" using "Technical Analysis".
While there are plenty of stories of how people have gone broke, bankrupt by investing in share market and yet there are also stories of people who have made tonnes of money. People who inherit stocks that were purchased by their parents, grand-parents and which are now worth crores & maybe even 100s of crores. Even in the present day, there are plenty of self made crorepatis & millionaires, people who invested in stocks & made a fortune out of it.
How did this people find out which stock to invest in? Were they just plain lucky? Did they use fundamental analysis? Did they use technical analysis? Did they use investor reports?
Turns out that their secret is little known to common people like you & I. This secret is not taught in any of the investment trainings. this is not taught even in business schools & MBA colleges.
However, this is used by all venture capitalist, merger & acquisition specialists when they decide the valuations of companies. This is how investors like Rakesh Jhunjhunwala identify stocks that will generate gigantic returns. These are some very basic & easy to understand principles. These principles have stood the test of time. These principles work across the globe in all markets. These principles are based on understanding the basic functioning of how organizations make money, what is a stock/share & how the stock prices move up & down.
These are the principles which you can learn in a very simple manner and apply it very easily to start creating and building your wealth through the stock market game.
In my over a decade of time training & coaching over 15,000 people across 15 nationalities. Some of them are heaavyweights in the investing community & have generated mountains of profits for themselves.
I have had the good fortune of learning these principles. I have personally used it with my investment which I would a say has a very conservative risk strategy and yet has generated 15% return in one year, which compounded over 10 years would become 404% & compounded over 20 years would become 1636% & over 25 years would become a whopping 3291%.
And if you continuously invest more each year - can you imagine what that would do to your wealth?