May 26, 2024
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Little Girl’s Strong Financial Understanding Catches Paytm CEO’s Attention

An increasingly popular choice for a wide range of investors is mutual funds. Paytm CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma has recently become interested in a young girl who has a solid understanding of mutual funds from a financial perspective.
The video was shared by Twitter user Swati Dugar and features a 7-year-old talking about putting her money in mutual funds. What my kid plans to do with her Diwali Shagun envelopes is stated in the video’s caption.

The young child in the video describes mutual funds and the benefits of investing in them. “Mutual funds folks know what firms are excellent and what companies are bad,” she claims in the video. Additionally, if they (mutual funds) invest in those (excellent) businesses, the latter could turn a profit.

In a later scene in the movie, the mother queries the youngster about how long she wants to put money into mutual funds. Ten years, she answers. The young child also makes it clear that investing in mutual funds does not guarantee a profit; occasionally, you might actually lose money.

Paytm CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma has taken notice of the video. The description for the video that he posted on Twitter said, “Mutual Fund Sahi Hai.”

Over 3,000 people have watched the video, and it has received 51 likes and many comments. “OMG, this is wonderful & gorgeous,” a person said. What class does she attend? Do you believe she is prepared for her upcoming first session on an updated view of mutual funds from @passivefool? One more person said”So impressive! Made me recall my first investment which I did when I was in class 1.”

Earlier, Mr Sharma shared a poem that he wrote back in 1991 while he was in class 10. He shared a screenshot of the poem, which was published in his school magazine, on Twitter. ” “Vishwas karo karm mein (Believe in your work),” the title of the poem read.

The poem is about poverty and highlights how one can overcome it through hard work, belief, and perseverance.”Just found my poem, from our school magazine published in 1991. I was in class 10 then,” Mr Sharma wrote in the tweet.

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