For some reason, I feel like the past 10-15 articles have been of much higher quality than the ones I used to write, from a conceptual perspective. Having covered many of the fundamentals principles needed to understand the stock market, let us explore a bit more shady territory. And I believe it’s in these kinds of writings where we can keep developing our edge over other investors. Most of them call it a day once they know the basics, but it’s not in the basics where overperformance lies, or at least for what I perceive.
Investing is navigating through paradoxes 🔥
Great article mate!
Already feels like it was in a different life I was an actuary. Great article, keep up your work 👍
Great article Giuliano. Now it makes sense why you asked if people find DCF models useful :)