Chess, Performance and Fine Line Between Trolling and Sportsmanship

Magnus Carlsen won the prestigious Tata Steel Chess Tournament (formerly Corus Steel Chess Tournament) yesterday after defeating the joint Top position and GM from Netherlands Anish Giri (of Indian origin) in a Tie-break match. Carlsen won this tournament for the record sixth time and some people have already started calling him "Roger Federer of Chess"!... Continue Reading →

Good read: “Seat Belts, Condoms and the Indian Equity Investor” by The Eighty Twenty Investor

Here is an interesting blog post from The Eighty Twenty Investor titled: Seat Belts, Condoms and the Indian Equity Investor Link: https://eightytwentyinvestor.com/2018/01/26/seat-belts-condoms-and-the-indian-equity-investor/ Last year I attended a workshop on "Value Investing and Behavioural Finance" in which Peltzman effect and many such biases/effects were discussed. Behavioural finance is a funny domain. It is very very difficult, if not impossible,... Continue Reading →

Soul Curry: Interviewing God

I dreamed I had an interview with God. "So you would like to interview me?" God asked. "If you have the time," I said. God smiled. "My time is eternity. What questions do you have in mind for me?" "What surprises you most about mankind?" God answered..."That they get bored with childhood, they rush to... Continue Reading →

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