Mahesh Mirpuri's posts provide a clear-sighted view of investment avenues available to investors, while addressing what's happening in the broader environment
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Mahesh Mirpuri is an AMFI-registered independent financial intermediary with over 25 years of experience in the area of personal finance. His posts provide a clear-sighted view of investment avenues available to investors, while addressing what's happening in the broader environment. His expertise on mutual funds and his overall knowledge are great things to have access to when investing in volatile times like these.
2 Questions to ask when making an investment - choosing an investment instrument:— Mahesh 🇮🇳 (@invest_mutual) August 30, 2020
Do I understand how it works?
How does it fit into my overall portfolio?#Investing
#Investing— Mahesh 🇮🇳 (@invest_mutual) September 9, 2020
You cannot control the external situation.
You can control what you do!!
Whatever may be the advice on controlling emotions..— Mahesh 🇮🇳 (@invest_mutual) September 9, 2020
How many ever books are written on controlling emotions...
Investors react badly in panic, in euphoria and often harm themselves.
Then complaints come about bad experience.
Moods decide investing far more than intellect :(
People have come to me to examine portfolios:— Mahesh 🇮🇳 (@invest_mutual) September 9, 2020
Not having a good experience in mutual funds has mostly meant:
1. They were over invested in mid-small caps since 2017
2. DID NOT have investments in quality bond funds
Investors have underestimated importance of #assetallocation
Devote enregies on what is in ur hands— Mahesh 🇮🇳 (@invest_mutual) September 7, 2020
👉Your career/business - the source of ur savings
👉Managing cash flow w/o need of loans
Follow this well, avoid noise & let the results come. Be patient & you will soon enough be surprised at ur financial status!
Some biased folk tweet incorrect stuff without data and repeat the same thing often.— Mahesh 🇮🇳 (@invest_mutual) September 8, 2020
Important for investors to exercise their intellect and cut off the noise, filter data, and take action/ remain passive.
Do not let emotions lead to reactions!!!
#investing— Mahesh 🇮🇳 (@invest_mutual) September 7, 2020
It may at times happen that you may have to change course, alter process.
DO NOT fall in love with your stocks, investments and keep ego out of it.
When folks argue about their style of investing learn from it BUT follow your OWN process/style.