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  1. I haven't looked at Canadians markers much. Would like some recommendations of divided stocks to look at. Cheers
  2. Sounds interesting I might start by going through the report Just FYI M* is changing the analyst on DBX. The old report is still available, but they dropped some parts like value estimate (that may be irrelevant for you anyway). Do you have the old report?
  3. I can understand that. I am thinking about framing it more see this like a pile of bank loans you can not know what's there for sure. It's more about taking a look at the big ones or a sample of them to see if it is worth a bet. With the margin of safety given by the discount. with the underlying assumption, they are not all shit. Or to see if there are enough red flags to pass on the whole thing. On my first look, there were too many flags so I passed. I put it up here mostly with the intention to see the rigor in research Muddy water produces. I ways thought these things were low value i want to get an understanding of a sample.
  4. Here is the link for the straw poll https://www.strawpoll.me/20549293 The votes seems to not be refecting the interest. Cheers Jason
  5. https://condensed.substack.com/p/choose-your-own-research-adventure?r=7401s&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=copy I wrote a short description of a few ideas i want to look into. Please check out my first look analysis and vote for the ones you want to see. $DBX Dropbox Inc High return on brain damage, possible long term payoff $BUR Burford Capital Limited High Return on popcorn, low return on brain damage $ING ING Group, Low return on brain damage, maybe grow my edge technology $EB Eventbrite Inc High return on brain damage, maybe impossible to know Cheers Jason,
  6. Probably my biggest take-away from traveling was exactly this: I met several people with 1/100 of the assets/salaries of us here in the west, but they were 100x happier. Puts our first-world problems in perspective and frankly how unnecessarily we grind so hard and become so unhappy. Been to ~50 countries and agree with both of these big time. Once we get past the pandemic, I'm going to look heavily into digital nomading/slow travel. It's not that expansive in most places in the third world. You just need to find a place to rent monthly. In places like Mexico my cost has been between 500 to 1000 dollars per month.
  7. Probably my biggest take-away from traveling was exactly this: I met several people with 1/100 of the assets/salaries of us here in the west, but they were 100x happier. Puts our first-world problems in perspective and frankly how unnecessarily we grind so hard and become so unhappy. I am relocating to London this month. Let's chat when I get settled.
  8. Here is the start of my reflections. More coming. https://condensed.substack.com/p/hello?r=7401s&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=copy
  9. Happy Saturnalia http://neilhague.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/santa-crampus.png http://neilhague.com/index.php/2016/12/19/merry-saturnalia/
  10. "Primum non nocere" I don't see it as any different from any other form of capital allocation. Investing is a hard and should be done with caution. I am not sure any advice given at this point in time could be beneficial instead of harm. Best bet would be to get re-certified if they don't need the money could be fun and the world always needs more doctors. Second best thing to do is for them to look into their networks and see if there is anything interesting there.(In their case the field of medicine) It is will be primary information flow and might command an information advantage that we don't have. Those that start a second wind around their 50s already know what they should be doing.
  11. Best thing to do is land and start the immigration process and work in their home country part-time if they need the money, if they don't need the money early retirement or get a hobby. With some contemplation, they should not be taking on risk at this age so allocation should be below 20%. I don't think you should give be giving advice on this topic if it doesn't work out it will create real human misery.
  12. I don't understand it. Please explain it to me like I am five.
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