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7 Acceptances (Not Resolutions) to Live By in 2017

I wish you a very happy, healthy, peaceful, and fulfilling 2017. Life is short (it’s already almost six years since I started Safal Niveshak), so let me not waste another moment and thank you for being here for me. As we begin 2017, let’s not start with New Year resolutions that anyways don’t last till […]

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Safal Niveshak’s 2016 Annual Letter to Tribe Members

Dear Tribe Member, Trust you are doing great. Here is a brief update on what transpired during 2016. It was another tremendous year for Safal Niveshak. The tribe has crossed 26,000 members. Our Twitter count has crossed 17,500 followers. We conducted five workshops during the year, meeting 120+ tribe members in the process. The Mastermind […]

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Latticework Of Mental Models: Lucretius Problem

It was a Friday on March 11, 2011 when a massive earthquake with an intensity of 9 on Richter scale hit off the coast of Japan at 2:26 pm local time. The epicenter of the quake was 70 kilometer east of the Oshika Peninsula of Tōhoku. The earthquake triggered powerful tsunami waves that reached heights […]

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Safal Niveshak Stream – December 17, 2016

Note to Readers: In Stream, we suggest worthwhile reading material on a variety of topics, not all of which are directly related to investing. Some of the articles require you to be paid subscriber of those sites. However, it is often possible to read such articles by going to Google News and searching for the […]

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Latticework Of Mental Models: Chauffeur knowledge

Charlie Munger, in one of his talks, tells the story of famous scientist Max Planck – I frequently tell the apocryphal story about how Max Planck, after he won the Nobel Prize, went around Germany giving a same standard lecture on the new quantum mechanics. Over time, his chauffeur memorized the lecture and said, “Would […]

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Investing and the Power of Serendipity

In July 2003 I was fresh out of college and was waiting to join my first job. I was excited but a little anxious too. The thought of transitioning from a laid back college life to a hectic corporate job was giving me jitters. The life in college was quite predictable. The syllabus was fixed. […]

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Safal Niveshak Stream – December 10, 2016

Note to Readers: In Stream, we suggest worthwhile reading material on a variety of topics, not all of which are directly related to investing. Some of the articles require you to be paid subscriber of those sites. However, it is often possible to read such articles by going to Google News and searching for the […]

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Latticework Of Mental Models: Hyperbolic Discounting

Last year when I quit my job to join Vishal at Safal Niveshak, I had to surrender my laptop to my earlier employer, and buy a new one for myself. This got me started on the herculean task of selecting from thousands of choices available on numerous e-commerce websites. After weeks of an excruciating process […]

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