Prachi Sharma

Creating Value

Prachi Sharma - Intern at The Financial Doctors

Prachi Sharma

Being a Chartered Accountant Student, I obviously had all the theoretical knowledge of Forex and Financial Markets and knew everything about Futures, Options, Risk Management etc. But the theory is always boring, RIGHT.?? And though the daily banters of CNBC Aawaz or NDTV Profits on the lines like, “Aaj SENSEX upar gaya” or “There’s a good buying opportunity in …….” always fascinated me, but I used to be little apprehensive whether I can also work in such volatile and risky Market. And then all this totally changed when I got selected in Internship programme of The Financial Doctors as Financial Market Trainee and Technical Strategy Developer Intern where I was introduced to the practical world of Trading in not only Indian Financial Market but in International Forex and Commodity Markets as well. And how couldn’t it had changed.? The Job Title in itself is so dope.!!

In just two weeks of internship, now I know that Trading is a serious One Person Business and not any gambling or satta(as the popular belief goes). It requires sound Technical Analysis and Charting, well-thought Trading Strategies and discipline.

In my early CA Coaching days, I got to learn the following equation in Wealth Management -

“Value = Performance/ Expectation”. It implies that an entity’s value depends upon its performance and its investors’ expectations. If we delve into the deeper meaning of it, then this equation can be a great analogy for Life Management ie CREATE VALUE BY PERFORMING ABOVE THE EXPECTATIONS. And that’s my long-term objective. Also, “Financial Liberation and Independence” have always been part of my ultimate Vision because only by achieving that, one can give back to the world at large. And anybody can do that if one is under right guidance as we are.

I want to thank our mentor Mr Vishwa Kalra and Team The Financial Doctors at large for being one of the very rare organisations in India to take this initiative of “Traders for Tomorrow” for creating “Financial Literacy”.

P.S.- Chartered Accountants are called to be “Financial Doctors” and hence I am sure becoming part of “The Financial Doctors Team” will facilitate me further to become one.

- Prachi Sharma

(CA Final, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India)


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