Shray Madan

Beginning Of The Journey

Shray Madan - Intern at The Financial Doctors

Shray Madan

So I was in my 11th standard when I had started with commerce ,and all of it was so new, and at this age you are bombarded with the question, " What are you going to do in future?"

Now, I always pictured myself doing something amazing and life changing that will eventually make me happy, something I am passionate about and doesn't feel like work.After a lot of brainstorming I found out that I want to be an Investment banker! I found that finance was my thing.

In India most of our parents aren't familiar with the terms "finance", "stock market" all that they have heard is how much losses people have made, yet i was adamant of my dream, so i started doing courses related to it , reading stuff, and also, somehow managed to convince my parents to get me a DMAT Account.

Now with my 2nd year of college ending, I needed the practical knowledge about all aspects of finance, I had been doing fundamental analysis with the DMAT Account I had, and now was the time to learn something new. So I came across The Financial Doctors “Technical analysis and charts interpretation" and without any hesitation applied for it. After 2 weeks of learning, I have realized that this is far more interesting than i had ever thought. Just in 2 weeks I have learnt so much,

How a single chart displays a lot of information and how the real life applicability comes in to play. I am so greatful to have joined The Financial Doctors as it was a big step in my development towards my future goal.

- Shray Madan

(Maharaja Surajmal Institute, New Delhi)


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