Lessons to Learn from " Lord Ganesh " - VI

Be endurant


Ganesha tells us to digest all good and bad things in life peacefully. Don’t get afraid of the bad times in business but take them as learning experiences and look forward to a brighter future, by taking the right steps.


The enormous stomach of Lord Ganesha teaches you to streamline the investments as if you are eating your meal or lord's favourite sweet dish (Modak) in small bites. Your investments should be made according to your appetite (risk, age, financial situation).


It would be best to invest systematically and diligently. Investing in mutual funds via the SIP route is easy on the wallet and gradually compounds your wealth according to your financial capacity. Due to the rupee-cost averaging in volatile markets, it makes timing the market irrelevant and will grow your investment over time.


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