I gave a presentation recently for Indian Investing Conclave Alpha Series. In it, I talk about my approach to investing and a few learnings I had from my recent trip to India. Click here to watch the presentation.
Peter Bevelin is a master in extracting critical passages from great books. He organizes these key passage into themes. Some of the advantages of the theme-based organization are easy lookup, easy recall, and it helps our associative brain as themes act as the central node on which we can hang other ideas and experiences. Click…
I was casually going through the mark sheets of my postgraduate degree in computer science. I scored good marks in all subjects including CPTS (Computer Peripherals and Troubleshooting). Had someone came to me right after the CPTS exam and asked me to troubleshoot a computer I wouldn’t have had a clue. The funny thing is…
I am a big believer in exposing teenagers to different kinds of learnings outside of their school curriculum. This would let them learn new things, develop unique perspectives, and acquire worldly wisdom. Click here to read the rest.
I was waiting in line to meet the doctor. It was a long wait. To kill time, I let my mind wander on learning and thinking. I captured my thoughts on my iPhone. This is what came out of my wanderings. Click here to read the rest.
For Value Investing Almanack, Anshul Khare asked me the following question: “Being a value investing disciple and also working in a company which is at the bleeding edge of technological disruption, how has your investing style evolved in last five years?”. Click here to read the rest.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson went on a camping trip. They pitched their tent under the stars and went to sleep. In the middle of the night, Holmes woke Watson up and started a conversation. Click here to read the rest.