Adwiti Agarwal

To Freedom And Success

Adwiti Agarwal - Intern at The Financial Doctors

Adwiti Agarwal

An average person needs to be an investor to beat the inflation and economy, a fact of which I’m quite aware of. I wish I had started trading earlier, perhaps around the age of 15 years. I believe everyone around that age should be made financially aware in schools, itself. Our economy can only flourish from this.

I often feel that I have made a mistake in choosing streams after school since its all ultimately leading to something as mainstream as MBA. An idea I am still struggling with.

But now, I can confidently see an opportunity to make profit in every chart which is quite new and reassuring. I had been indecisive before and struggling to tell my father that I wanted to trade. I think I finally see that happening. It’s truly been a great opportunity to gain confidence and experience in the trading markets.

I can finally achieve the satisfaction that I have been able to earn and give something back to my parents. I have high hopes that this financial freedom would also change my outlook regarding my future choices and give me clarity about what I really want to do.

- Adwiti Agarwal

(Dyal Singh College)


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