The aim of education should be to teach us rather how to think, than what to think — rather to improve our minds, so as to enable us to think for ourselves, than to load the memory with thoughts of other men. ~ Bill Beattie. This is the very purpose of Safal Niveshak’s University of Value Investing and Multidisciplinary Thinking. What you’ll learn here is how to think and make sensible decisions as an investor. Education is completely free in this university (well, almost) and for everyone who is willing to soak in the learning. So just dive in and explore.
 

 

Start here if you are new to Value Investing – a 20-lesson free course to give you a perfect head start. Learn the core rules and philosophy of value investing and business analysis and how you can make it work for your personal investment decisions.

 

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A premium, online course in value investing, behavioral finance, and business analysis. 50+ comprehensive lessons and exercises to help you learn the art of sensible stock-picking. Join 1,500+ students from 20+ countries to learn value investing in a structured, step-by-step manner.

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Mental Models

 

Learn multi-disciplinary thinking, a rare but critical skill that can transform you into a better decision maker. You cannot get far in your investment journey without applying mental models to your decision making.

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Books To Read

 

Reading is one of the most important activities for successful investing. Find here a selection of most important books that one must read on subjects of investing, business analysis, behaviour, and financial history.

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Timeless Reading

 

Some texts are to be read, some to be re-read multiple times. These super-texts reveal new insights every time you read them. Find here a comprehensive list of such super-texts on value investing and related subjects.

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Videos

 

A picture speaks a thousand words; and a video, a million. Here is a collection of videos covering various aspects of value investing, and analyzing businesses and their annual reports and financial statements.

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Interviews

 

Experiences and ideas of successful investors can put you on the fast track. Read here some great insights we have captured through interviewing some leading practitioners of sensible, long-term investing.

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How To’s

 

Whether you want to learn the most important rules in investing, or how to analyze financial statements, or how to create your own stock spreadsheets, or how to read annual reports, you will find all of it here.

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Ben Graham

 

The world may have forgotten the father of value investing who taught Warren Buffett the art of value investing. But there’s something timeless about Graham, which you can find in this resource page.

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Warren & Charlie

 

When it come to investing and investment thinking, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger are revered as the smartest people on earth. Find here our writings on the wit and wisdom of this awesome twosome.

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Prof. Sanjay Bakshi

 

Nobody understands, practices and teaches value investing in India better than Prof. Bakshi. Here is a resource page on the best writings and teachings from the fundoo professor.

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Financial Statements & Business Valuations

 

Reading financial statements in one of the most important skills you must learn before getting into stock picking…and it is one skill that would give you an upper edge over 95% of all individuals who do not know how to differentiate an asset from a liability. If you know just the right ways to read and understand the financial statements, you can make much better investment decisions than someone who would just not look at the ‘numbers’. Start your learning here.

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Charlie Munger said this in a speech to USC Law School Commencement in 2007 – “I constantly see people rise in life who are not the smartest, sometimes not even the most diligent, but they are learning machines. They go to bed every night a little wiser than they were when they got up and boy does that help, particularly when you have a long run ahead of you.”

In short, you have to be a learning machine to thrive in today’s world. One great way is to read a lot. So take what you see above just as the first step in your learning journey..and then as Mark Twain said – “Explore. Dream. Discover.”

All the best!

With respect,
Vishal

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