Arvind Bajaj, also known as "jackpot king" in the world of the Indian stock market, or "arvind151" (the identity that lacs of stock market investors resonate with on India's top stock market platform Moneycontrol), began trading in the stock market in the early 2000s, and ever since then, he has never looked back. He has been extremely successful in the stock market. Take this as a starting point for your journey: he began investing on his own, learning the intricacies of both technical and fundamental analysis, and, more importantly, developing his own one-of-a-kind model of "trend analysis" for stocks and sectors, which is an uncommonly difficult skill to master.
Investing in stocks was his passion, and he put his whole self into pursuing it to the point where he is now a well-known stock market expert and the boarder with the most posts on the Moneycontrol message forum. Through the Moneycontrol forum, which is available to millions of users without charge, he has been providing insightful commentary on a wide range of equities. Throughout the years, he has been well-known for his timely advice, which include not only recommendations for entrance into the appropriate stocks or sectors, but also recommendations for exiting specific stocks and sectors. And he has been very explicit with his golden rules of investing, which he has published on his profile under the name "arvind151" on Moneycontrol so that even those who are just starting out in the stock market may follow the finest practises of investment.
Apart from this, he is a model of optimism; he is always exchanging good ideas and deeds with others, which helps to keep everyone inspired. And Arvind Bajaj has been someone who doesn't stop; he believes that "work is workship," and this belief, backed by action, has seen his Facebook page cross 2.4 lac followers, his website cross 50,000 visitors every month, and his SEBI-registered firm ABMR (Arvind Bajaj Money Rain) having a long waiting queue for premium membership package; this package entitles people to views and suggestions related to Indian equities and stock market trends. Please try to wrap your head around the fact that the ABMR company we are discussing didn't even launch until 2016 and has already seen a frenzy of demand.
To understand his expertise, one just has to check out the large number of multibagger stocks that have emerged over the years from his contribution on Moneycontrol forum as well as his website & Facebook page - investors have been blessed to earn millions in different stocks like GMM Pfaudler, Nilkamal, Tata Investment, Reliance Industries, Vedanta, Tinplate, Deepak Fertilizers, Maan Aluminium, Kabra Extrusion, Ponni Sugar, Tata Elxsi, and many many more. Individuals who have been paying attention to Arvind Bajaj or ABMR (Arvind Bajaj Money Rain Financial Services) have mastered the skill of being patient with their smart investments in order to amass a substantial amount of money.
Be appreciative and let your positive thoughts to be supported by positive deeds in order to attract more "money rain" and "rain of good health" into your life, according to Arvind Bajaj. The procedure is straightforward. When you have experts like Arvind Bajaj who not only help their own members, but are always available for people who are serious about investing in the stock market - just check out his profile under the username "arvind151" on the Moneycontrol board, where he replies to every comment from the members; and to think of it, that is a free forum for anyone to access. How many of these true specialists in the stock market are there in India? You could count them on the fingers of one hand, and Arvind Bajaj is most certainly one of them, enjoying fame that is continuously growing across all mediums. It doesn't matter where you look; you'll find him there: on his website, on Moneycontrol, on Facebook, on Twitter, and even on Instagram. The list continues to expand, just as the amount of money available to those who make astute investments does as well.
It is imperative that everyone listen to his account, make an effort to comprehend it, and take it into mind.