Vedic Management Center (VMC) was founded in 2016 by U. Mahesh Prabhu and David Frawley. The organization offers practical and balanced solutions for complex situations in the areas of Leadership, Management, Politics, Finance, Investing, Economics, and Diplomacy. VMC is a self-funded, non-religious, non-partisan organization that aims to bring ethical, innovative, profitable, and sustainable practices to its clients, students, and mentees.
Many people talk a lot about trading in the stock market, but only a small number of people understand it. The stock market is a big part of the economy, but it is not the economy itself. Since the government doesn’t tax the stock market, more and more people try to save money on taxes by investing in it. “Penny saved is a penny earned,” as the saying goes.
Because of this, the stock market has become a place where people can bet their money without paying taxes. People who don’t even have the most basic knowledge end up trading through “mutual funds.”
You can either work hard, learn new skills, make things or sell things to people, and find a way to keep doing that, or you can go to a casino and lose all your money there. Even if you don’t know it, when you “invest” your money in the stock market, you are really just playing.
We need to understand Karma and Dharma if we want to make money. What we do and what happens because of it make up our karma. Dharma is how you should act. You should invest because you think it’s a good idea, not because everyone else is doing it or because ads or group pressure told you to. This is called gaming, and even if you win a lot, in the end, you will lose. “The game is always stacked in the house’s favour,” as the saying goes. Investing is mostly Dharma because it leads to good Karma. It is clear that gambling is Adharma because it goes against the idea of good Karma. I have to say that “investing” in the stock market is “gambling.”
Putting in time and effort will help you gain knowledge, skills, and experience, which are all important forms of wealth. By putting this money to work, you can make money. If you are poor, you have time on your hands. If you have money, invest it in honest people who are willing to work and give their time.
Know that you can always spend, no matter how much or how little money you have. Putting money into the stock market might seem like an easy way to make money quickly, but it’s important to think about how long your investments will last. You can build a safe future for yourself and your finances by investing in yourself and in good people. So, be smart about how you spend your money and make sure it fits with your goals and values. Know that you can put your money into things besides the stock market.