The following booklet is titled “Stock Market in Turmoil- Lessons for Investors” was published on 20, April-May-June,2001 and was authored by Prof. S.L.N.Simha, J. Mulraj, Dr. Ajay Shah. The said text is authored by three people in three distinct parts. Professor Simha begins the text by highlighting by stating the artificial upgradation of market stocks which for which they feel are the Government Boards of stock exchanges responsible. The text then goes to point out how the banks have been given unprecedented liberty to operate. They highlight a cause which is the retired officers being in charge of the authority of surveillance, which results in the misuse of such institutions. Then in the ‘Some rules for Investors’, J. Mulraj lists out the various verified investment institutions and how they have grown over the period of time or not. Then they highlight various discrepancies in the system and their causes. They also state the reasons for certain mentioned crises and the economic defaulters. By the end of the text, Mulraj gives out a list of things to avoid if someone wants to be an investor in such an environment. The next excerpt ‘Handling a Crisis’ by Dr. Ajay Shah begins with a note of disdain towards the media, wherein Shah explains how Media is adamant on covering the juicy titbits and not the persistent systemic failures in the market. The author states some examples of the problem and then their consequences backed by empirical data and by the end of the booklet concludes at a note where they list out certain points to be kept in mind while handling a small level or a high level crisis. Moreover, the three authors combined brief upon the central problems of the Stock Market of India which includes what the problem is, what should be followed by the investors and how to solve the problem.