I came across some interesting product market fit definitions- Paul Graham's cut definition for product market fit is: when you've made something that people want. Mark Andreessen also has an amazing blog post about product market fit, where he describes it as: when the product is just being pulled out of you. When you no … Continue reading Product Market Fit
I'm currently reading "Tools of Titans" by Tim Ferris and came across this gem! For those who don't know Naval Ravikant: He is the founder and chairman of AngelList. He is also an early state tech VC and an all round awesome human being. https://angel.co/naval Naval Ravikant's Laws: Be present above all elseDesire is suffering … Continue reading Naval Ravikant’s Laws
I'm reading this book called "The Motley Fool Investment Guide" by David and Tom Gardner. Here are some of my favorite quote from the book. I might do a book review in the coming days. Investment fees are falling, but investment costs are not: Index fund fees are nor zero. That pretty awesome, but the … Continue reading Words of Wisdom from Motley Fool Founders
This is part 1 of a multi-part beginner series for Why and How to get started investing. I will try to lay down my motivation for investing, tools and practices to find great companies/startups that create enormous value for society and in turn the shareholders. I started investing in the stock markets about 2 years … Continue reading Investing 101: Why Invest? Part-1
Money Monday! For the last couple of years, most of my reading has been in the realm of finance. This includes personal finance, investments, stocks, bonds etc. One of the best advice I've come across till date is from the cartoonist Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert comic strip. He wrote a book called ‘Everything You … Continue reading Best. Personal Finance. Advice. Ever.