07 Mar Cricket lessons from Bangalore
If team India was a mutual fund, most investors would have started the process redeeming when the team scored another low score in their first innings.
And the moment Australia took the lead, the redemptions would have accelerated.
By the time the team collapsed in the second innings all but a handful would have redeemed.
The handful who then experienced the power of compounding over the last two hours.
When the last minute surge is experienced and compounding takes root, alas it’s a little too late in the day to get back into the fray.
No wonder it is lonely at the top.
Staying invested is lesson learnt to be so easily forgotten.
So silly. Isn’t it so?