Gaurav's target of becoming a crorepati is brave but also bordering on being foolhardy, I think. To top it, he wants to start with a seed capital of only Rs 2 lacs and a monthly infusion of Rs 20000! This way he will need to grow his money at an outstanding rate of 200% annually!!
Impossible. Or could be there some way? Legal, ofcourse.
Very recently I read a book, The Big Idea, which ends with the following Goethe's couplet: Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.
Here in this blog I have been talking about Mutual Funds, Real estate, Bonds, ULIPs and ETFs. All of them do not pass muster when it comes to giving a return Gaurav wants. What about stocks? Yes, there are stocks that have given that kind of return in the past. But how to identify those stocks who would do the same in the next 30 months? Nobody knows those stocks. So is there still a way?
Now Gaurav says that he has avery high risk appetite. That should essentially mean that when he has invested in shares that he expects will zoom and those share prices drop 30% soon after he buys them, he will average his cost by buying more. Letus assume that he is willing to take the volatility for the desired growth and he is confident of his decisions.
Moving on that assumption, Stocks can give you that growth. But since we cannot identify the 5-6 stocks that will give a growth of 150-200% over a period of 30 months, we need to ride the waves on the stock market.
The first magic happened today morning when I looked at a blog/site that I had been avoiding (Because I understood little of that). It's EagleEyeTrade by Rajeev Mundra.
Talking to Rajeev who runs a Technical Trading seminar too, I did some number crunching. Assuming a challenging but realistic goal of 10% growth every month, a starting amount of Rs 6,25,000 will become Rs 1.09 crore after 30 months. Vow!!!
Atleast, theoretically it's possible. Ofcourse it will take a lot of guts (time & energy too). It depends on Gaurav's risk appetite. And Rajeev's expert guidance. If you ask me, the guys can do it. I wish them Good Luck.
For the first time I'm putting a disclaimer. Here it is: Ideas posted on the blog are educative in nature and must not in any way be construed as advice or recommendations. Investing/Trading in financial instruments is risky. This blog cannot be held liable in anyway for losses incurred.