Kaizen: A Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement of working practices, personal efficiency, etc., an ongoing process to look for ways to get better.
That is the reason for starting this blog: To write down thoughts on investing and the factors that influence investment decision-making (confirmation bias, mindset, etc), and by doing so increasing knowledge to create a better mental framework.
The posts that you will find here in the future will be on a wide range of topics: Investing, Philosophy, History, Books, or just sharing an interesting video/ article. Why so many topics? Investing involves more than just looking into the financial numbers of a company and analysing how it fits into a model, it’s about the qualitative strength of the business, management, the psychological effect of investing your own or someone else’s capital and more, much more.
As you can see, this blog doesn’t have much content for the moment, we are working hard on adding more content on a regular basis. In time you will find here for e.g. pages related to specific investors, book recommendations and discussions, the basics of value investing and links to other blogs or websites that can be useful.
Please feel free to leave a comment or give feedback, we are always looking for ways to improve the blog.. 😉 .
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