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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s 6 investment strategies which can make you rich, these tips are of great use

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Death: Even though Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is no longer in this world, his kingship in the market and his methods of investment will always be present. From time to time, he gave many mantras to people to invest in the stock market. Let us know 6 such mantras.

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Death: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala , the big bull of the Indian stock market, is no longer with us. He died on Sunday morning at Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai. He was battling the disease for a long time. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, popularly known as the Warren Buffett of India, is certainly not among us, but his kingship in the market and his way of investing will always be among the people. His investment used to decide the movement of the market. The shares of the company in which he used to invest used to go up. He also gave many tips to people regarding investment, following which lakhs of people have become rich. Let’s know their success mantra.

1. Focus on Long Term

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala always talked about long term investment. He used to tell the people coming to the market that if you want to stay here, then invest for a long period. He used to say that instead of earning profits in a short period of time, investment should be given time to grow manifold. According to Jhunjhunwala, it is necessary to give time for money to mature in the market. He used to tell investors that if they wait a little in the market, then the return will definitely be available.

2. Do not invest all the capital at once

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala always used to say that never put all your money in the market at once. You may have good money to invest, but don’t put all the money together. The desire to earn profits is good, but the rule says that only a small investment guarantees better returns. He used to advise that while investing money in any one stock, divide your investment amount into parts and buy from time to time. If the stock goes down then continue buying. This will reduce the average of your purchases.

3. See also company debt 

Before investing in any company, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala used to see how much debt is there on that company. He used to give the same advice to others that before investing money, definitely find out about the debt of that company. In the stock market, it has to be seen that how much debt is there on the companies. If the debt is less then there will be no cash pressure on the companies, but, if the debt is high then the valuation of the company can fluctuate at any time.

4. See also Cash Surplus

This tips of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala also made many people rich. He used to say that if the company is performing well in the stock market, it does not necessarily give you good returns. In such a situation, it is necessary to do a background check of the company before investing. He used to say that definitely see how much dividend the company has given. Dividend holds a lot of importance in the stock market. If the company is paying dividend regularly for a long time, then it means that it is not short of cash.

5. Focus on Value, Not Price

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala used to say that never invest in the company’s stock after seeing the price. It is not necessary that the stock which is priced higher should give higher returns. Before investing in the company, look at the value of that company, not its share price. Often people make the mistake of buying a high priced stock, they do not look at its past performance. This should never be done.

6. Don’t spend money looking at others

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala often advised people to never invest in the stock market by looking at others. He said that investing in the stock market is not always safe. Here the return is big, so the risk is also big. Therefore, instead of investing by looking at others, you should find out about the company completely and then invest in it. Investing money by looking at others should also be avoided because the person in front may have good money and he can bear the loss, but if you have limited capital and it sinks then there can be a problem.

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