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13 Big Lessons from 13 Years of My Life
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This post was originally published on Safal Niveshak.I celebrated three anniversaries yesterday –Thirteenth anniversary of landing in…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Chetan Kambli Apr 8.

A Yogi’s Rules on Money and Happiness

Here is an article I read recently that was written by Paramhansa Yogananda – of Autobiography of a Yogi fame – during the Great Depression in the…Continue

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Started Feb 22

10 Simple Rules that Brought Me Financial Nirvana

This post was originally published on Safal Niveshak, and has been posted here for the benefit for the Rodinhooders.I was in Ahmedabad…Continue

Tags: money, investing

Started Feb 9

Is Your Business Great, Good, or Gruesome?

“It’s a funny thing about life; if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often get it.” ~ W. Somerset Maugham – English dramatist & novelist (1874-1965)For me, as a stock market…Continue

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Chetan Kambli replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion 13 Big Lessons from 13 Years of My Life
"I not as experienced as you nor as sucessful but i can relate most of the things mentioned in your article, one of the best article i ever read. Thanks for sharing your experience . May be you need to write a book and am sure you will do wonders....."
Apr 8
Omkar Nisal replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion 13 Big Lessons from 13 Years of My Life
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Apr 8
asha chaudhry replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion 13 Big Lessons from 13 Years of My Life
"vishal... i broke my rule of no moderation over the weekend. will comment again tomo. so many things resonate!! both my husband and i work for home - moved to goa for the better life when i was expecting :) and our six year old is the center of our…"
Apr 6
Vishal Khandelwal posted a discussion

13 Big Lessons from 13 Years of My Life

This post was originally published on Safal Niveshak.I celebrated three anniversaries yesterday –Thirteenth anniversary of landing in Mumbai for the first time on 4th April 2001 to do my MBAEleventh anniversary of joining my first and last job on 4th April 2003Third anniversary of quitting my first and last job on 4th April 2011 Life has come a long way from that time when I came to this unknown city in 2001......from early 2003 when I…See More
Apr 6
Amar Pratap Singh replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion How to Become a Successful Investor? Grandma Knows Best
"Thanks for this awesome read :) .....Best regards, @mar"
Mar 3
Vishal Khandelwal posted a discussion

A Yogi’s Rules on Money and Happiness

Here is an article I read recently that was written by Paramhansa Yogananda – of Autobiography of a Yogi fame – during the Great Depression in the US.Not surprisingly, the principles laid out by Yogananda remain relevant even today, 80+ years after he wrote about them…and that’s why I am sharing them with you.You see, the old rules of life or money never change and they only become tough on you when you ignore them. Like these golden rules…See More
Feb 23
Vishal Khandelwal posted a discussion

10 Simple Rules that Brought Me Financial Nirvana

This post was originally published on Safal Niveshak, and has been posted here for the benefit for the Rodinhooders.I was in Ahmedabad recently for my Art of Investing Workshop, and met a few young executives - in their mid 30s - who had questions about how I have managed my own financial life so well so far.A couple of them were, in fact, amazed to hear my story and told me that I have been an exception."That's not true!" I told them.…See More
Feb 10
Vishal Khandelwal posted a discussion

Is Your Business Great, Good, or Gruesome?

“It’s a funny thing about life; if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often get it.” ~ W. Somerset Maugham – English dramatist & novelist (1874-1965)For me, as a stock market investor, Maugham’s thought holds a great relevance when it comes to picking up businesses for investment.Over the last 10 years of my experience as an investor, I have realized that whenever I've picked up a business with good economics and at the right price, I have made good amount of money on it…See More
Dec 19, 2013
manoj surya replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion Conference room required in Hyderabad
"Hi Vishal, We have a room called Startup Studio in IIITH, it can accomidate good to the no. you are mentioning, Please provide me your contact, my contact: manoj.surya@iiith.org or 9985743059."
Dec 16, 2013
Nidhi Bala replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion Dear Jealousy
"Wow! Vishal......what a personification! ....Thank you for sharing and reminding us. I dropped my work  to read this piece as soon it came on my screen, recalling your amazing post , the letter to the daughter."
Dec 16, 2013
Vishal Khandelwal replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion It's the Base Rate, Stupid!
"Sarthak, that was the quote from Prof. Sanjay Bakshi that I had shared...and he clarified that when you put money in an IPO, you are not investing but speculating most of the time. Now, on your point about stock market being a casino, I would just…"
Oct 25, 2013
Sarthak Jain replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion It's the Base Rate, Stupid!
"Vishal when you mentioned about base rate of IPO Investing. That's when you said speculating. I have now understood what you were saying. Anyways may be tell more about that. My point is I respect your views and articles a lot [ If and when I…"
Oct 25, 2013
Vishal Khandelwal replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion It's the Base Rate, Stupid!
"Thank you Vinay! As Mark Twain said - "History does not repeat itself, but it does rhyme.""
Oct 25, 2013
Vishal Khandelwal replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion It's the Base Rate, Stupid!
"Let's see, Kartik :-)"
Oct 25, 2013
Vishal Khandelwal replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion It's the Base Rate, Stupid!
"Thanks a lot Shridharan!"
Oct 25, 2013
Vishal Khandelwal replied to Vishal Khandelwal's discussion It's the Base Rate, Stupid!
"Thank you Sarthak for sharing your thoughts! Investing, as I believe, is completely different from Speculating. As such, I would be happy to know in which part of the article did you find me mixing up the two. Regards."
Oct 25, 2013

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Vishal Khandelwal's Blog

A Letter To My Child: Why Write, and Why Now?

In today’s world, where people are so tied up for time that they can see and think nothing but for themselves, the parent-child relationship is standing at the brink of a deep crisis.

As a young, modern society, we seem to have lost a huge part of our compassion towards our parents. We’ve become insensitive to…

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Posted on November 7, 2012 at 8:59pm — 2 Comments

How Will You Measure Your Life?

I recently shared with my readers the secret mission of Safal Niveshak, which has not much to do with the field of stock market investing.

Then, I also shared the best advice I ever got, which again was relevant not just for my investing pursuits but also for my life.

Today, I'm sharing with you an amazing…

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Posted on October 1, 2012 at 10:00am

Dear Me

As adults, we all nurture the secret wish to go back in time and change a few things here and there, so that our life gets better than it is now, in the present.

“Ah, I wish I had studied harder during my masters!” some might resent.

“Only if I had chosen Commerce over Engineering!” is another common wish.

Some would say, “I would have been richer only if I had behaved better as an investor when I was just starting out.”

And then, “I wish I had started…

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Posted on September 24, 2012 at 9:53am — 7 Comments

How to Live Like a Man…Not a Donkey, Dog or Monkey

In my collection of short stories that I have found on the Internet or in books and magazines, here is one that I believe carries a deep meaning, and a harsh truth, for our lives.

Here it goes.

God created the donkey and said to him:

“You will be a donkey. You will work un-tiringly

From sunrise to sunset carrying burdens on your back

You will eat grass, you will have no intelligence

And you will live 50 years.”

The donkey answered:

“I will be a donkey,…

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Posted on July 15, 2012 at 12:42pm

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At 1:58pm on March 25, 2011, Alok 'Rodinhood' Kejriwal said…
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A big warm welcome to therodinhoods.com! Hope you have lots of fun here, interact with interesting people and prosper!

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