Pratyush Shah

A Dream Among Dreams

Pratyush Shah - Intern at The Financial Doctors

Pratyush Shah

I wish I would have started much earlier. Don’t get me wrong, I am 19 but yes, I do wish that. Earlier, I used to be a mismanaged and unplanned boy but what I knew was that my final aim is to earn money. Fortunately, I took Commerce instead of Science and the journey began. The more I got to know about the financial world the more I was intrigued. I enjoyed studying various cases and what various companies and people used to do to bend the rules according to their need. I really enjoyed the practicality – 2009 financial crisis, how the market works, how the people really make money out of it, the magic of earning by turning the tables and betting the other way round.

But, when I came to 11th class, my mom and I wanted to safeguard my future. So, we chose or planned to pursue C.A. but eventually my interest turned more towards the other aspects of finance or rather I was running from C.A. After having a long discussion with my counselor, I chose to go for Economics to get a different yet a better paved road to financial world. But something was yet to come. I became certain of this when my family got hit by a financial crisis and this is when I came to know how important money is.

So, I am on a journey to become at least a millionaire with lots of plans in my mind. I don’t play safe but rather with a calculated risk. Stock market is something I like as a hobby but I wish to become an Investment Banker one day and it’s not just a wish but an ambition which I will make sure to fulfill.

- Pratyush Shah

(Kirori Mal College, Delhi University)


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