Isha Kumar

The Intelligent Investor

Isha Kumar - Intern at The Financial Doctors

Isha Kumar

My resolve today to make something worthy of myself comes from a bitter-sweet experience I had three years ago. Back then, I wasn’t sure about a career and took my interest in sciences as a sign of passion. During the time, I came across a documentary on Warren Buffet and that is when I started seriously pondering on management education. Well, which finance savvy person hasn’t been a warren buffet follower, right? That’s where most of the people get inspired from. Such was the case with me. After watching the documentary I became more inquisitive and read more about him. Thereby, I came across the book "The Intelligent Investor" by Warren Buffet's professor Benjamin Graham. The one day piece impacted me to a great extent. All of the sayings of the author in the book came into a practical exposure for me through The Financial Doctors. The importance of technical analysis, use of mathematical tools as strategies, proved wrong the rumours of trading being a gamble and a practice of one’s gut feeling. This experience has made all the theoretical learnings extremely easy too, as now when I read through the bookish lines, the trading charts automatically get pictured in my mind. It has broadened my horizon of knowledge and with all the learning I hope to improve much more.

Experiences shape a person and bring out the best in him/her. I realized that it’s more important to do what you love than to waste yourself in anything futile where you can’t contribute to your fullest. Resolve in the times of crisis and optimistic approach makes way for better things. Thus, life is about mustering up courage and doing things you enjoy.

- Isha Kumar

(Department of Business Economics, University of Delhi)


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