Alina Rizvi

Breaking Rules To Discipline Your Own

Alina Rizvi - Intern at The Financial Doctors

Alina Rizvi

“People don’t always do different things, they do things differently”

The Financial Doctors totally abides by the above quote and they are passing it on to their interns without a doubt. Everyone out there is trading, buying when price is down and selling when price is up…well that’s the simple rule. NO SURPRISE but people end up in losses… the rule was simple right??? I don’t think so…

So what do I learn at the financial doctors?? Break the rule!!! That should be the basic mantra to be followed…

The next question would be how do you break the rules?? How do you “NOT DO” what everyone else is “DOING”?? Again, it’s simple “MAKE YOUR OWN RULES”!!….Get an Edge over others…

Someone rightly said that if we keep doing what we have been doing we get the same results, so if we expect something more, something different then we need to do something that has not been done before….agree??

That’s exactly what is done at the financial doctors and as an intern I feel great to be a part of a unique and creative training. The scope of this training inculcates a trader’s eye in interns who would trade with full accuracy and not just by guesswork leading to huge losses and this trader’s eye gets better with time.

It would not be possible without an experienced mentor who is filled with creativity and enthusiasm to always create something “New”…That’s our Vishwa sir….A lot of respect and gratitude for all the guidance throughout the internship….also for extra “query sessions” just to make sure no one is facing a problem with the concepts…looking forward to more learning in the coming days..

By the way this learning is not at all the traditional learning (bulk of theories)….It’s all about practical application and interactive sessions followed by good discussions.

I have always wanted to be in a creative field, “Math” was not my subject, but I did end up in finance as I got an opportunity to study in Canada and it was one of the greatest experiences I had. Currently pursing BBA(finance), also I have gradually entered into BIG Data Analytics and developed interest in it. I have always believed everything happens for a good reason and so am glad to take finance!!

Developing interest in analysis , I am now here as an intern in Technical Analysis and adding up something new in my learning each day…I call it “My Learnology”!!

In the coming years I would surely gain expertise in the field and see myself at one of the great stock exchanges we have known…

Till then I would keep my creativity going and leave no stone unturned!!

Happiee Trading!!!

- Alina Rizvi

(IMED, Pune)


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