About a year ago I sent out my podcast recommendations. I'm updating the list. New entrants are in bold and strikethrough ones are out. I’ve put my rating(1 is lowest and 5 is highest) next to them: Investing Motley Fool Money – 3Motley Fool Market Foolery – 4Animal Spirits – 3Rule Breaker Investing – 3The … Continue reading Podcast Recommendations (2019)
I read this article by a behaviour scientist about how he manages his monthly cash flow. It's almost strange how much my cash flow management and his style have in common. Here is the philosophy that we both share when it comes to monthly cash flow management: Keep as little cash on hand as possible: … Continue reading Managing Personal Finance Using Behavior Science
“I believe in the discipline of mastering the best that other people have already figured out. I don’t believe in just sitting there and trying to dream it up all yourself. Nobody’s that smart.” – Charlie Munger This article is a short summary of an extensive research thesis done on Global Asset Allocation by Meb … Continue reading Book Summary – Global Asset Allocation
This is part 1 of a multi-part beginner series for Why and How to get started investing. I will try to lay down my motivation for investing, tools and practices to find great companies/startups that create enormous value for society and in turn the shareholders. I started investing in the stock markets about 2 years … Continue reading Investing 101: Why Invest? Part-1
Money Monday! For the last couple of years, most of my reading has been in the realm of finance. This includes personal finance, investments, stocks, bonds etc. One of the best advice I've come across till date is from the cartoonist Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert comic strip. He wrote a book called ‘Everything You … Continue reading Best. Personal Finance. Advice. Ever.