Trade brains is a financial education blog focused to teach stock market investing and personal finance to the DIY (do-it-yourself) investors in order to make, grow & sometimes even spend money.
Here, we help you become a self-taught stock expert and to master the skill of Investing. Follow Trade Brains to learn more about investing, trading, portfolio management, financial planning, money management etc alongside enhancing your other finance & investment education.
Further, this blog aims to motivate and educate people for value investing, not to tell exactly what to do with your money. So, if you want to make your money work for you, stick around and start your journey to value investing and financial freedom.
Hi, I am Kritesh Abhishek, the guy behind the Trade Brains.
I am 23, Investor, Electrical Engineer, Car-Enthusiast, Fitness conscious and self-improving freak. In my free time, I love to read the stock market news- generally at least two hours per day, or read personal finance books.
I am a graduate of National Institute of Technology, Warangal with Bachelors’ of Technology in Electrical Engineering. At NITW, along with my core engineering, I was also exposed to courses like Finance, Economics, and Accountancy. It was during my college days when I got infatuated with stocks and companies. Although the undergraduate study in Electrical Engineering was attracting, however, I found the study of finance & investing more fascinating. From then on, I developed a keen interest towards the Stock Markets.
Currently, I am working as Manager in Quality Assurance (QA) dept at Tata Motors, Pune, India.
When I first started investing in Stock Market, I had also a couple of doubts regarding my investments. I wasn’t certain how much I should invest, when is the correct time to buy, how long I should plan to invest, short term or long term, etc. Although I already studied many great books before entering the market like ‘The Intelligent Investor’ by Ben Graham, ‘Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits’ by Philip Fisher, ‘One Up On Wall Street’ by Peter Lynch, ‘Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing’ by Robert Kiyosaki etc, however, when it came to my first investment, it was all ‘my decisions’ and ‘my confidence’ that mattered. Slowly, I learn that it’s your experience that’s weights the most and the earlier you start investing, the better the outcomes are.
Quick note: You can find the list of my favorite stock market investment books here.
Now, after having a good experience in the stock market, I am sure that I can help out all those who need little motivation & guidance to invest intelligently in the stock market.
If there’s one thing that you should take from this blog, then take this golden rule of investing- “Invest early, invest consistently and invest for the long-term“.
DISCLAIMER: This site should only be taken as an educational blog and the stocks discussed here should not be taken as any kind of advisory or recommendation. I (KRITESH), AM NOT A SEBI REGISTERED STOCK ADVISOR and do not intend to provide any kind of stock advisory in this blog. The views shared on the blog are my research and personal opinion. Please do your own study or take the help of your financial advisor before investing. The purpose of this blog is only to educate and help people. Happy Investing.
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