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6 Investment Lessons From Lord Ganesha

As a stock market participant, it is never too late to adapt and learn from the markets, remain up to date on new investment opportunities, and grow your money intelligently.

This week, Ganesha Chaturthi celebrations will begin across the country on Friday. Lord Ganesha is worshipped because he offers prosperity, wisdom, and happiness to those who worship him.

Indira Securities extends its warm wishes to all traders and investors on this auspicious occasion.

Lord Ganesha, who is a scholar of 14 vidyas and 64 kalas, can constantly teach you something new.

The first and most important lesson to learn in the financial world is UNITY, which was the major goal of this festival, which was founded by freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak.

It is critical to preserve a sense of balance in one's life, and unity between different types of people or different types of objects (in terms of anything) is essential, comparable to portfolio development.

If you want to be profitable in the stock market, you must balance your portfolio because you cannot rely on one sort of stock or product. You should build a portfolio composed of various stocks or items to ensure that it is well-balanced and can outperform in all market conditions.

Ganesha's top investment lessons include:

1. All you have to do now is to start.

Have you ever wondered why Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated for ten days? It acts as a reminder that the most crucial element of any journey is to get started, which is the core of financial planning. It's pointless to just talk about it. We must get started right now. Given that time works on your money and amplifies it, the earlier you start, the better.

2. Focusing on the future!

What do Lord Ganesha's little eyes represent? It's all about concentration. When you need to concentrate on a little thing, you narrow your eyes to assist you focus. This is precisely what you should do while making financial plans. Your only goal should be to meet your long-term financial objectives. Everything else is centred on that.

3. Don't go along with the crowd!

Ganesha chose to make a pradakshina around his parents when Lord Shiva urged his two sons Ganesha and Kartikeya to run around the world. So think beyond the box like he does. Don't buy a stock because everyone else is doing so. Make your own decision.

4. Maintain your investment discipline and commitment!

Day traders should adopt Ganesha's discipline in blocking Lord Shiva from entering his home as directed by his mother, even if it means endangering his life. As a result, all traders must adhere to stop losses as well as their own trading rules in order to remain profitable. Similarly, investors who have committed to the idea of investing for long-term gains and self-fulfillment should stick with it.

5. Act small, think big!

Lord Ganesha's personality is characterized by a huge head and large ears, but a small mouth and small eyes. Lord Ganesha's enormous head inspires us to pursue knowledge with an open mind and to dream big for the future. Large ears that can simultaneously learn and grasp, a carefully used mouth, and eyes that are narrowed and focused on the details. While the large picture is essential for reminding us of our goals when it comes to investing, we also need to have the ability to pay attention to every detail and make tiny but consistent investments.

6. Everything will pass by!

Nothing lasts forever, as this festival informs us. Every year, Lord Ganesha warns us that the celebrations will begin, but they will also come to an end. The good days don't continue forever, and the bad times will pass. From the standpoint of investing, this is a fantastic lesson. There will be happy times and difficult times. We must make the most of our good times in order to effortlessly pass through the terrible ones. Our entire financial planning assumption should be that bad times will persist considerably longer than good times. As a result, it's wiser to prepare for the worse while also purchasing the finest!

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