Random market movement causing any investor (Layman) to mistake himself as a financial genius.
A time period (duration unknown) during which, children get no pocket money, wife gets no jewels and the husband gets no sex.
The fine art of buying high and selling low.
The finest art of buying low and selling much lower.
The person who scratches his head wondering why his every prediction goes wrong.
The person, who does not know any thing and accepts that by telling every time, “I don’t know”
The firm, which has just downgraded your stock.
The person, who tells you to buy at higher levels and sell at lower levels.
Earlier prosperous, now poorer than you.
Foreign Institutional investor (FII):
Last year investment bank, this year bankrupt.
Domestic Institutional Investor:
Last year investments, this year provisions
Managing your funds in such a way that NAV always goes down regardless the market movement.
Missing. Will be rewarded in case any one finds now.
Chief Embezzlement Officer.
Chief Fraud Officer.
Analysts/ Investors Meet
Events forgotten long back.
Large Cap Stocks
Stocks where fall is large.
Mid Cap Stocks:
Stocks behaving mad (Cap) way.
Small Cap Stocks:
Stocks getting smaller every day.
Stocks that will make you (multi) beggar.
Stocks you have to search for (in the sky) after some time.
Stocks, which will be hiding from you (or you may hide from it) after some time.
Internet Account of which, the password has been forgotten.
Phones switched off.
Percentage of price correction after your purchase.
Earnings Before I (Industry) Tricked the Dumb Auditor.
Taxi-wala giving tips.
Standard and Poor (S&P):
Lifecycle of an investor in a nutshell.
Your former wife and her lawyer split all your assets equally between themselves.
Day after you buy stocks.
Movement of your invested money down the drain.
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