5 Powerful Lessons from Bhagvad Gita for Traders to Improve Their Finance

From Ralph Waldo Emerson and Albert Einstein to Sunita Williams and Annie Besant—few people know that history’s well known personalities are also religious, avid followers of Bhagvad Gita.

And we’re not really surprised. Packing knowledge and wisdom in heaps, Bhagvad Gita has wide influence across the world, with everyone from bankers to entrepreneurs to engineers and doctors rallying behind the noble scriptures.

Are you an investor? Do you trade in the stock market?

Bhagvad Gita can be a great help for you too. Following some of its verses can significantly improve your trading game and advance your financial standings.

Here are 5 such priceless and powerful lessons:


There’s no place for fear in traders’ lives; and that’s what Bhagvad Gita says. If you’re afraid, you will always be hesitant in buying and selling stock – always confused – which will reduce the possibility of higher return for you. So fear not and make definite (and sensible) decisions with full confidence.


Running away from what needs to be done will always pull you backwards. In fact, one of the keys to be a successful trader is to be proactive and make decisions. So avoid sitting ideally, uncertain, waiting for the market to be favorable. Bank on your analytical prowess and make decisions accordingly.

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Bhagvad Gita says that anger and greed are the gates to self-destructive hell. And rightly so! When you’re trading in anger, it is imminent that this emotion will cloud your senses and you will make wrong decisions. Also, if you’re acting greedy, never satisfied even with high return, down the course, you will suffer big losses. So avoid both at all cost.


It is unlikely that you’re going to hit the bull’s-eye every time; you will make mistakes. Sometimes, even after thorough research, you will incur hefty losses. Instead of moping about it, Bhagvad Gita teaches that we should take full responsibility for it and learn from the past mistakes.

5. IT’S OKAY!!!!

Even world’s best traders encounter big losses all the time. But they never give up their hope and love for trading. They stay just as ambitious and positive. Why? Bhagvad Gita says that whatever happened, happened for the good; whatever is happening, is happening for the good; whatever will happen, will also happen for the good.

These are 5 powerful lessons Bhagvad Gita teaches to the traders. Follow them and improve your finances easily. Good luck!

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