Hi! My name is Vishal Khandelwal, and I am the founder of Safal Niveshak. I feel happy to see you here! Below you’ll find information that will make it easier for you to explore this blog.
What Safal Niveshak IS?
Safal Niveshak (Hindi phrase for ‘successful investor’) is a movement to help you, the small investor, become intelligent, independent, and successful in your stock market investment decisions. If you are looking for ways and tools to develop the right thinking, mindset, and process that is required for long-term investment success, this is the place for you.
How You Can Benefit?
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What Readers Are Saying
@safalniveshak very thankful for your work, Vishal. God bless you.
— Kyle G. Schilling (@kylegschilling) January 21, 2017
— Raghu Y (@yraghu82) January 16, 2017
@safalniveshak It is great to see financial education which is much closer to reality. Keep it up.
— Tirumarai Selvan (@Tirumarai) January 19, 2017
— Sanjay Bakshi (@Sanjay__Bakshi) June 23, 2015
@safalniveshak Congratulations on this. I would rate your blog as India's no. 1 blog for Financial & General Wisdom.
— Manoj Kaushik (@DillikiBiili) January 21, 2017
Most Popular Posts
If you are ready to dive deep, here’s a collection or our best posts across various subjects like –
2. Business Analysis
Analyze a Stock in 30 Minutes (Free Excel)
How to Find Great Businesses, the Peter Lynch Way
How to Master Analyzing the Balance Sheet
How to Master Analyzing the Cash Flow Statement
How to Analyze a Business, the Sherlock Holmes Way
3. Personal Finances
10 Simple Rules that Brought Me Financial Nirvana
How to Save an Extra Rs 25 Lac
How to Live Prosperously Without the Paycheque (A Personal Experiment)
Real Life Story: How to Increase Your Savings by 9200%
5. Life 2.0
How I Quit My Job and Found Myself
How I Multiplied My Income 2.5x, Savings 5x, and Happiness 20x (After Quitting My Job)
An Open Letter to My Daughter
Why Good People Do Bad Things: A Conversation With My Daughter
The Tale of Two Fathers
If you wish to read many more of such posts we’ve written in the past, please visit the Archives. And if you wish to get such posts, and many other great stuff on investing, behavioural finance, and business analysis right into your inbox going forward, just sign up below…
What Safal Niveshak is NOT?
Safal Niveshak is meant for those who are interested in value investing which in effect is the ‘slow’ (but sensible) way of getting rich through stock markets. So, if you are interested in ‘hot tips’ or advice on ‘getting rich quick’, we would suggest you to not waste your precious time here. We hate to sound unfriendly here.
There is absolutely nothing on this website for people interested in the fast route to make money from the stock markets. There never will be! But if you ever give up the futile search for the next quick money-making stock tips, come back here. We’ll leave the lights on for you.
By the way, you may want to read Safal Niveshak’s no-nonsense disclosure statement.
We Appreciate You!
I just wanted to finish by saying that I are here for YOU, not only as a guide while you begin or continue your investing journey but also as a friend.
I do my best to respond to all emails (it’s getting tougher as this blog gains in popularity, but I will always do my best to respond, though I may get late sometimes). And I don’t hold myself above anybody. I’m not special; I like to work hard and help others.
Contact me at vishal(at)safalniveshak(dot)com to let me know what you think about this initiative, what are your experiences, if you have any suggestions, or for anything else related to knowing yourself and growing! I love reading emails sent by readers (thought I often get late in replying), so drop me a line.
Thank you so much for your support, and all the best in your journey of becoming a smart manager and allocator of your hard-earned money.