We have started the Fun & Finance series with an aim to make finance more fun and relatable via short 1 min stories by using fables or interaction with customers etc. We will try our best to help you learn something new in finance via these short stories.
Ashwaththama was super angry with the Pandavas and wanted to take revenge for his father’s “murder”.
After killing Dhrishtadyumna and the sons of Pandavas when they were asleep, his anger was still intense. So he fired the Brahmastra at the Pandavas and Krishna.
Arjuna fired one back at him which provoked Ashwatthama further.
The impact of those two Astras terrified the all-knowing beings, so one of them, Vyasa may be, interfered and asked them to call back their missiles. Arjuna did.
However, Ashwaththama couldn’t since he was never taught how to.
Gaining incomplete knowledge will never bring you any good.
Everybody talks about investing in equity markets but no one tells you the entire scenario. They will tell you how and when to invest. Maybe, some might even tell you where to invest.
But they never say how and when to exit. Investing is about the right entry and the correct exit.
If you know how and when to get into the market but are unaware of the exit plan, then you will never gain the benefits you seek.
The current market shock is a perfect example of why having an exit plan is important.
A good financial advisor must tell you about the entry and exit points.
We, at RefreshMint, have assessed many investment options and can help you with it. Email us to know more about an out-and-out investment plan.