I am a saver and an investor for 25 years. Saving, from my earnings as an employee of various Fortune 500 companies. Investing, mostly in the stock market with some real-estate and bonds. Today, I manage a seven-figure investment portfolio.
I am a patient long-term-minded investor. Patient investing requires discipline and knowledge. Discipline in controlling our investing behavior and making rational decisions. Knowledge in understanding the market’s historical patterns and evaluating business opportunities.
How did I do it? What lessons I learned over the years? This blog is a compilation of my lessons-learned and ideas/thoughts on investing. I will attempt to take you on a journey through my 25 years of investing – surviving two major market crashes and everything else that came in the midst. I will also take you along as I reason through today’s market conditions and make investment decisions for tomorrow.
If you are new to saving and investing – perhaps just starting your earning career – I hope to inspire you to start early. Time is your friend! If you are already an accomplished saver looking for better ways to invest, here I chronicle my investing best practices.
My blog is meant to be a two-way dialog of sorts. I will share my experiences and I also hope to learn from your wisdom. I am no market guru – just a humble student of it.