Meditations #1 - Investment Approaches and Value Investing
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I always thought about launching a blog during my period in the buy-side industry. I thought that writing about the investment process, valuation, and value investing could impact people’s lives.
So when I decided to launch a blog, that thought really came to mind when I set the price tag. Though the most straightforward strategy would be charging way more and looking for institutional investors, writing for an affordable price gives me a real chance to impact people’s lives.
A natural way of impacting people’s life is creating high-quality content. Not only this, but sharing the learning path that you followed could have a more significant impact.
I became a Value Investor’s advocate after accomplishing theValue Investing classes in Columbia. Those classes had such an incredible impact on my life that sharing my personal experiences would be great.
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Though typing and drawing my notes give an insane job, it’s an incredibly thoughtful exercise since it allows me to embed it with my own experience. Also, at the bottom of each post, I’ll share the books and topics we discussed in classes.
Finally, about the timing to post all notes. No idea. I have ~180 pages in notes, and I’d like to write 10 minutes read posts, so that will take months.
So, I hope you enjoy it as much as I am. Any complaint, suggestion, and comment will be well received.
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