Author Archives: blindspeculator
Recently I have begun to engage with a broad range of New Yorker writers to further stimulate my pursuit of knowledge (of self and of the world). Atul Gawande has been one of those writers who has really pushed me … Continue reading
Dorsey’s ability as a fund manager has yet to be seen, but found his talks very interesting and worth watching.
This first one is Paulson at the Delivering Alpha conference: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000306454#.
Klarman talking to Jason Zweig On Buying and Selling: We enter every trade with the idea that we are going to hold to maturity in the case of a bond and for a really long time, potentially forever, in the … Continue reading
From a PBS Interview with Peter Lynch: “Well, I remember in my career you’d say to somebody you worked in the investment business. They’d say, “That’s interesting. Do you sail? What do you think of the Celtics?” I mean it … Continue reading
Audience: If you were 23 years old, in what non-tech industry would you start a business today and why? Buffett: I would probably do what I did when I was 23 years old. I would look at a lot of … Continue reading