Gnanam School of Business had organized workhop on “SEAL” (Student Engagement and Applied Learning) by Mr. Aditya Kistampally, Trainer, Karvy, Hyderabad. The resourcse person Mr. Aditya Kistampally explained to the student the “Three Golden Rules of Investing”, namely Invest early – Time allows you to take risk. For instance, investors who have the time to recover if something were to go wrong, have the opportunity to make riskier moves than those who begin to invest late in life are often more cautious towards their approach. Invest Regularly – By continuously reinvesting your earnings, you are exponentially increasing your return on investment. Let’s say in case of compounding where reinvestment of income at the same rate of return will constantly grow the principal amount. The longer the period of your investment, the more you accumulate, because of the power of compounding, which is why it makes sense to start investing early. Invest for long term and not short term – Investment should be for long-term. Long-term investing is the process of buying and holding investment which will compound your wealth in the future. The longer you stay invested the better returns you get on your investments.