A small newsletter that reads big!The Learner
February 2008/ 007
The above is a chart of the weekly search-term share of internet-traffic to allcategories for valentine’s day. It shows enthusiastic demand for poetry. This isthe reason for including the above poem for you all!
Bears are just as lovable as the bulls. Neither must be feared by anyone, least of all theinvestors. There are umpteen examples of millionaire investors who have made money ina bearish market. This issue has an article onstock market fuddy-duddies who allow fear toovertake their abilities to make money in themarket. This article gives some vital tips on thedifference between what is convenient and what is right.This issue reaches you in a week that is knownas the 'valentine week'. So what could be better than to include a poem that the poet hasdedicated to his wife. I am sure you all will enjoy reading this poem that is in Hindi. A very interesting thing happened as I was walking towards Gulab Bhavan this morning.There was an office-goer putting his motor-bikeon the stand. After the bike was parked, henoticed that it was jutting ahead of the line of two-wheelers parked there. so he simply wentto the rear of his bike and started pulling itbackwards. it was hard work and could bedamaging to the stand too. I stopped and toldhim:‘Listen, in the first place you must position your bike correctly and then park. If you realise itlate, don’t yank it so violently... just take it off thestand, align, and re-park. Simple.’ This has afew lessons for us all...No, I will not talk of the lessons right now... you will have to wait for the next issue where I willconvert this incident into an article.Happy reading. Happy valentine’s day!
“You have to think for yourself. It always amazes me how high-IQ people mindlessly imitate. I neverget good ideas talking to other people.” - Warren Buffett
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