All posts by Amit
At any fuel station now a days there are two options. You either pay for it fuel at the pump itself. Or you pay at the kiosk. Paying at the kiosk is the good old way. You put the fuel. Walk to the cashier inside a store. And can buy some refreshments or car related […]
Crowds make me uncomfortable. I have never been a person who needs others approval to feel comfortable. If people turn right, by default I go left. I am unaware, whether it is because I do not trust people or I prefer to have the independence of thought. I like to believe that it is the […]
Morgan Housel is soon becoming one of my favourite writers and thinkers. A thought-provoking quote from his Ironies of luck article If risk is what happens when you make good decisions but end up with a bad outcome, luck is what happens when you make bad or mediocre decisions but end up with a great […]
Being right keeps you in place. Being wrong forces you to explore. – Steven Johnson
You have to live it to believe it – Morgan Housel ▶ Seeing the world around you was not enough to understand how it works. You had to actually experience that world to learn how to operate in it. ▶ One of the most important topics in business and investing is whether all of us […]
I love to read, and I mostly read books on investing and anything subject that would help me to be a better investor. As a result, non-fiction books dominate. As a luxury, I do read autobiographies and try to transport myself into those moments where the subject would have experience living their inspiring lives. My […]
Howard Marks letter every quarter is something that I eagerly look forward to. Q1 2019 letter can be found by clicking here. My favourite excerpts are below On the ability of the populism to stir people; Sound bites like these find receptive audeinces amonth people who are unhappy with their lot, whereas detecting the error […]
Vishal Khandelwal is one of my favourite thinkers out there. A sensible guy who is a devout investor.
A long read about critical ingredients which are necessary to build a company. Lenny Rachitsky does a splendid job and gives an actionable plan to all the budding leaders.
As an individual, I believe a lot in processes. If you have a process and you are disciplined, the outcomes should be in your favour. Not all the time, but most of the times. As a student of investing, I wanted to make the decision-making process robust. I also know that outcomes are beyond one’s […]