He makes up his mind again. He loved the fact that it was quick money and this is what made him greedy. Kumar arranged all possible things he could by either liquidating or selling the current assets he owned. He planned out everything in the market meticulously and something inside him made him confident enough to make it a success. Next, he quit his job investing his entire time into learning the market.  As planned, he got quick initial success, which Kumar and Maria celebrated by getting all the things their kids wanted. This time, they put more into it. It was more like Kumar slowly started trading on margin and on huge sums. It all looked like glitter in his eyes, since he was adept at. In this temporary high of money, he forgot one thing that stock markets don’t work on statistics but sentiments.  

One day a news broke out that there will be a trade war between two super powers, which were US and China. This news alone was enough to shake the industry, due to which foreign direct investors starting pulling out money from the stock market. Seeing all this happen in front of their very eyes was a nightmare, and nothing they had imagined. Kumar gets trapped and all his stocks plummet, he loses everything even the house which he put on the mortgage to pay for the stocks. They were left with nothing but regret and no medication of the greed they had. 

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I'm Nidhi Bhatia, currently a media student. I'm an avid writer and a big-time dog lover. I'm also into photography and graphic designing. My aim is to do something, no matter how small or big, to make this world a slightly better place.
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