“We have a ‘fire and forget’ investment philosophy. We choose something and leave it untouched for a long time,” says restaurateur Zorawar Kalra and former host of MasterChef India, who has invested 30% of his wealth in equities. “I don’t have time to monitor my stock portfolio on a monthly or a weekly basis. So, I invest in something and then forget about it for 10 years. And, for that long, nothing gives you better return than equity,” he says.
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For the former host of Masterchef India and the founder of Massive Restaurants, the secret to his success in investing is the 'fire and forget' philosophy
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