In this post, you will find great Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Apart from being motivation for themselves, I think big givers should also talk about their philanthropy so that their work and their success stories prove inspirational enough for many others to follow.
I am very opinionated and sometimes a very irritating character but, I have learnt that the quest to learn is a journey, not a destination.
I know film industry is not a very healthy place to be in.
Alternatives to oil are coming up. In the long run, it is not going to be as bleak as people are predicting but surely consumption of fuel by automobile sector is going to go down.
But I can tell you markets are like women, always commanding, always mysterious, always volatile, always exciting and it is not a joke.
I think when markets go up and there is no manipulation in markets and people question the market going up and it keeps going up, that is a true bull market.
I am always capital short. If I see the opportunity, I will get the money.
Insurance, pension reforms are going to be extremely important for the stock market because the kind of money we’ll get from that is unbelievable.
What India needs for prosperity is just ease of doing business.
I do not think, like people say, that I am a guru or I know everything.
Bull markets have valuation froth and bull markets have commitment forth. Now just by valuation froth, bull markets do not end.
I reflected a lot, I thought a lot on my 50th birthday. It has been one of the most important birthdays in my life, not in terms of celebration but in terms of retrospect.
My true gods are my parents. I am what I am because of them.
The journey to limit crony capitalism: It’s a journey, it’s not a destination. Slowly but surely, in India, crony capitalism has died and governance is what brings about real growth.
There has to be a period of consolidation in the IT industry. Similarly in pharma, I think India is going to be a world power. We have the lowest cost, good technology, Indian companies are gaining size.
I’m not a clone of anybody. I’m Rakesh Jhunjhunwala.
I’m not afraid of losing money, I’m afraid of sour relationships.
What is too popular may not be profitable. Don’t invest in B2C companies, instead invest in B2B companies.