When Infosys came out with the public issue in 1991 @ Rs 95 per share I did not opt for it. Instead I purchased 100 shares of Photophone Industries @ Rs 85 per share carried away by the recommendations of some financial experts. Today that 100 share in Infosys is worth over Rs 5 crores and 100 shares Photophone Industries is valued zero and it is not traded. Is it a clear example that no one change destiny?
You will only get what is meant for you. I am saying it from experience, not jus from stock market but from real life. Opportunities that we now look back and think 'had we taken notice of it, paid attention towards it and worked on it' would have changed my life is all nothing more than a way of reminiscence to spike up our mood or finding a logic to justify something. I agree, destiny is many a time depended upon our attitude at a particular time. We may not realise it then but some time later we would know 'they were all missed opportunites'. But the question is why were they missed opportunities? Because our assessment of what it would be in the future was wrong or our faith in our judgment was not strong enough to sustain a chain of thought or ideas or picking out what would be the drivers in future. In the end, we would still have only that much that we either deserved it or call it destiny. In any case, destiny is always a word that we use in the future tense but always meant in