Birthdays aren’t a big deal when you grow up. And if you are like me, with a fading memory, you sometimes forget that you are growing up fast.
Like it happened yesterday. It took a reminder from someone to, well, remind me that it was Safal Niveshak’s birthday. 😉
So, this initiative that I started in 2011 with just one reader – yours truly – has completed six years. The tribe is now 32,422 members strong, with one-third of these coming in the last twelve months.
A lot has happened in these quick six years, but as with my six-year-old son, Safal Niveshak is just getting started.
Most of all, I want to thank each and every one of you for “raising” this initiative to this point — it truly could not have happened without you, dear tribe member.
I know I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating – Thank you so much for reading, for commenting, for your interest and support, for keeping me honest, for helping this entire movement of creating smarter and independent stock market investors become greater and spread wider.
You are magnificent, and I am supremely grateful for your time and attention.
Just in case Safal Niveshak has touched your life, I would be happy and honoured to read your thoughts in the Comments section of this post.
Thanks again for being there!
Want to Gift Me Something?
I do feel very fortunate on many levels and I’ve been wanting to use this little milestone to do something special. So I’ve decided to give Safal Niveshak’s birthday to a cause that’s close to my heart – education and upliftment of children from the Nat and Kanjar tribe in rural Rajasthan (India).
I informally support this organization called the Nirvanavan Foundation, which is run by a very kind gentleman named Nirvana Boddhisatva.
Nirvana ji runs a few small village schools in Rajasthan’s Alwar district that teach 300+ children and also provide basic medical facilities to their family members. His foundation is looking to fund the purchase of various utilities for children, including food, clothes, and stationery.
So, here’s my birthday deal. If you subscribe to my premium newsletter on Value Investing – Value Investing Almanack – today, Safal Niveshak will donate 100% of the net proceeds of the same to the Nirvanavan Foundation.
Education and healthcare of the poor is a massive problem with many complexities that make my head spin, but my hope is that this birthday, Safal Niveshak and its tribe members can do something small to make a difference.
So, if you wish to benefit from the best ideas on value investing, human behaviour, and business analysis and also help a few lives, click here to subscribe to the Almanack.
And to repeat, just in case Safal Niveshak has touched your life, I would be happy to read your thoughts in the Comments section of this post. That would be a wonderful gift for me too. 🙂