Margin of safety.. OR Margin of risk..

I’ve seen people, met people who like to analyzing things before they go for it, reading “The Warren Buffet way” these days, read a concept proposed by Ben Graham called “Margin Of Safety”, it basically means ‘one should buy a stock when it is worth more than its price on the market’ , now apply it to routine life, or lets elaborate it first, it says you shall buy a stock when its current value is below its intrinsic value or the price you presume it’ll land on in the market.. i.e., you know you have your profits safe, even if you buy it at a certain price it may not go further below or even if it goes.. it shall come back up as you’re buying it when its cheaper than its worth.. people who do the feasibility analysis, they keep back-up plans, they keep a margin of safety, estimate costs, spend wisely, act wisely.. I’d say not bad, you’re great, you are achieving consistently, and if not which is rather the case, you stay safe.. but I’ve also seen such a common trend in these people averting to take risks.. which certainly keeps ’em small…

Taking risks enhances your confidence in yourself, in your abilities, in your approach, not that you bet everything on it, keep a margin of safety on the risks that you take.. but take risks, jump-in/bump-in and feel it, helps you reach the next level, you’ll do things you never thought you could do, feel it.. I know its easy to say, hard to make it.. I myself am a work in progress, but at some or the other point you have to start.

Draw a margin to the risk, its now or never, let yourself free, keep a boundary line that shall keep you safe on loosing out everything you’ve earnt and hit it.. hit the road, make it possible.. you can do it..!!!


About Prince Sewani

Technology enthusiast, philosopher, keen observer and a perfect communicator, I never hold myself back from what I want to say, I just wait and formulate it with right words. P.S. : Whatever is posted on this blog, shall not be copied. Should it be found that way, I'll be forced to take legal actions.
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