Once again in top 100 in the Business self-help section on www.amazon.in

At no. 62 on Amazon“Riding The Roller Coaster – Lessons from financial market cycles we repeatedly forget” is once again in top 100 in the Business self-help section on http://www.amazon.in

The English edition is at # 61 and Gujarati edition is at # 116

Thank you all.


किताब के विषय में कुछ शब्द

पाँच शताब्दियों और चार महाद्वीपों की घटनाएं; निवेश के नए माध्यम हो या इक्विटी से लेकर स्थिर आमदनी, डेरिवेटिव्स, रियल एस्टेट  … सांस थाम कर रखिये  …. तुलिप बल्ब्स.

राइडिंग द रोलर कोस्टर – वे सबक जो बाजार हमें सिखाते हैं, लेकिन अक्सर हम भूल जाते हैं.


Awesome Book – review on www.kobo.com

 Review of the book along with ***** rating

Awesome Book

Bible for investors, in fact this is a must must must read for all who are new , invested and expert. This book should be referred each year to refresh memories of Booms followed by Busts. A must book for all persons who wants to understand investor behavior across market cycles. The teaches us how not lose money. Highly Recommended.

Another testimonial for the book

“It has always been a treat to hear from Amit Sir. One can just keep reading it over and over again. The book Presents the concepts and market events in lucid manner. It is engaging and insightful.” Writes Neeraj Sundarani on http://www.amazon.in

What back-testing does not tell …

Once again, a superb post by Ben Carlson.

10 Things You Can’t Learn From a Backtest

Those who love back-testing data should take the results with a pinch of salt.

One line that I liked the most in this post is “Unfortunately there is no such thing as a front-test.” And add to it the disclaimer from mutual funds “past performance may or may not be sustained in future.”



You can’t direct the winds, but you can adjust the sails

“You can’t direct the winds, but you can adjust the sails” – this is one of my favourite lines and I have used it in the book. Here is a brilliant post highlighting the same message:

Adjust your sails …

It is also the same as understanding what you can control and what you cannot; and then focusing all your energies on controlling what is in your control.