I first saw Jerry Seinfeld in a youtube clip of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. I binged all episodes of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee that night. I love his sense of humor, its simple, straight and intelligent. He has this perfect balance of compassion and smugness. We are currently binge-watching Seinfeld on Hulu, and … Continue reading Jerry Seinfeld
I wrote this back in October. I might do this once a week, where I dive deep into a company. Please find my disclosures related to finance articles here. Britannia Industries Business Quality: 100-year giant! Very few companies cross that milestone. The probability of survival is already on the side of the company. Britannia’s main products … Continue reading Grande Cold Brew Valuations: Britannia Industries
I once heard on a podcast: If you create something that removes a step from the process that people are already doing, you've got a winner. A great example is virtual banks. They've removed the need to, set up a time to go to a bank, walk to a bank, wait till you're called and … Continue reading User experience done right.
I think this is inevitable: Imagine if instead of selling your house, you could sell 1/1,000,000th of your house to anyone interested by creating a digital token tied to its value. You’d be able to sell it far faster than if you had to wait for one buyer to pony up a lot of cash. … Continue reading The Tokenization of Everything
I had my birthday last week. I don't really have a birthday resolution. I do take some time to watch following videos on my birthday: How the economic machine works by Ray Dalio:Probably one of the best ways to summaries business cycles and the global economy. It's a great video because it does not require … Continue reading My annual mini-ritual