Investing

Modern investment approaches focus far too much on a handful of approaches that are almost exclusively based on the assumption that the world follows a normal probability distribution and that the parameters remain stable over time. This has led to far too many expensive, over diversified and under risked portfolios. Complementary investment philosophies and tools can help improve investment performance and I’ve put down some of the tools and ideas that I use in my investing.

  1. The Investor’s Edge
  2. Moral Arbitrage and the Inheritance Play
  3. Who Wins, the Trader or the Investor?
  4. Investing in, not Trading, the Price Cycle: an Overlay Strategy
  5. Investment Valuation Lessons:
    1. Equity Dilution
    2. Value Attribution
    3. DCF vs Peer Group Comparison

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