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Resolutions for the New Year

Since, its the New Year and it is sort of nice to have some resolutions, here are my ones.

  1. Lose Weight - This has been at the top of my list for the last few years and as usual I have not lost a single kilo. So, this year I am renewing my resolve to lose weight. But, what I will also do is to have a plan for losing weight systematically.
  2. Spend More Time with the family - Work has seemingly taken over my life and time spent with the family has been on the decline. Utilization at work is a highly monitored metric. Resolving to have high "utilization" at home & with family as well.
  3. Make money - 2008 probably would be a year where it would be difficult for all market players to make money. My target is to preserve my capital and make atleast 15-20% returns by end of the year.

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