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Focus on progress not on crisis

Posted by Muthu on August 15, 2018

Happy Independence Day.

There has been no year without any domestic or global crisis. We focus only on crisis and not on progress. This is because, as Morgan Housel says, progress happens too slowly to notice and setbacks happen too quickly to ignore.

In the last 7 decades, how many problems we’ve faced as a nation? Innumerable. At the same time, see how we’ve also progressed on various fronts.

Investors who focus on progress create abundant wealth. Those who focus only on crisis, gets jittery and lose the precious wealth creation opportunity.

You need to always keep only bigger picture in mind. If day to day headlines, amplified by media, scare you, you won’t go very far in investing.

Consumption, entertainment, travel, leisure, buying home, borrowing, saving, investing, insuring, healthcare, industrial activities, agriculture, working in office, improvements in technology, infrastructure development…. the list can fill pages; all continue to happen irrespective of any crisis.

If there is a problem in Turkey, you don’t stop brushing with Colgate, stop taking bath with Hamam or not paint your house with Asian Paints. Commerce is the back bone of civilisation and never stops.

By investing in stocks or equity funds, you’re participating in commerce and its progress.

India over next two decades is capable of becoming a middle income country.

By investing in equity, you also become part of this growth and create wealth.

If you focus only on crisis, you’ll miss the underlying progress.

One crisis or another would always be there but so is progress.

Keep the focus right and just stay the course.

4 Responses to “Focus on progress not on crisis”

  1. Manoj said

    Hello Sir
    I really like your articles an Twitter posts.
    Thanks
    Manoj

  2. bvmallikarjunrao said

    At present m investing in 6 equity funds.
    1. Motilal oswal multicap 35.
    2. Franklin smaller companies
    3. Mirae emegimg equity fund
    4. Mirae equity funf
    5. Kotak Emerging Equity
    6. DSPBR SMALL CAP Fund
    From last 2 years 20000 pm.
    Is my choice of fund is good or bad please advice.

  3. muneeba mallick said

    Sir, I am an avid follower of your blog. I would appreciate if you could suggest some good funds to invest in Sip for Rs. 10000 per month. I intend holding it for long term. I am currently doing an Sip for the following funds. Aditya Birla sunlife equity fund Axis long term equity fund Axis mid cap growth fund HDFC MIDCAP fund

    Thank you. Regards Muneeba.

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  4. KK said

    Good one Mr. Muthu as usual!!!
    Thanks!

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