Any questions, Mr. Nath?
Ya, I did have something on my mind.
I want to ask someone else.
How are you going to do that?
I’ll just imagine that I could.
And, what’s the question, for the sake of discussion?
It’s not so much a question, really…
What is it then?
An observation perhaps…
…or a regret, maybe…
… not able to pinpoint exactly.
Hmmm, why don’t you just say it in words.
It’s about rewiring.
Yes. The words coming out are “Couldn’t you rewire us earlier?”
Who’s the you?
Doesn’t your rewiring depend upon you?
Yes, that’s why perhaps it’s more of a regret.
What is this rewiring?
We are taught to win in life, and to hide our losses, if any, under the rug. That’s how we grow up. And that doesn’t work in the markets.
True. That’s what needs to be rewired?
Yes, to win in the markets, we need to get accustomed to loss, small loss, as a way of life. Wins are few, but they are big. So big, that they nullify all losses and then some. We make these wins big by not nipping them in the bud.
How long did it take you to rewire?
What’s your regret? A shorter time-frame would have resulted in half-baked learning.
You are right, it’s not a regret then. Let’s just call it an observation.
It’s a very useful observation for someone starting out in the markets.
Let’s pin-down the bottomline here.
And that would be?
Till one is rewired, one needs to tread lightly. No scaling up…
…till one is rewired.
And how would one know that one’s rewired?
No sleepless nights despite many small losses in a row, because one has faith in one’s system. Resisting successfully the urge to take a small winner home…
…because it is this small winner that has the potential to grow into a multibagger…
…and a few multibaggers is all that one needs in one’s market-life.