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A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Charlie Munger About Benjamin Graham’s Value Investing System

Charlie Munger has developed a powerful system that is useful in making any type of decision. One notable application of this system by Munger relates to investing and involves another system developed by Benjamin Graham. It is useful to understand what is known as “value investing” not just for its own sake, but to understand how Munger thinks and makes decisions. Even if you find value investing boring or have […]

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A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Charlie Munger about Mental Models and Worldly Wisdom

1. “I think it is undeniably true that the human brain must work in models. The trick is to have your brain work better than the other person’s brain because it understands the most fundamental models: ones that will do most work per unit.” “If you get into the mental habit of relating what you’re reading to the basic structure of the underlying ideas being demonstrated, you gradually accumulate some […]

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A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Seneca The Younger About Venture Capital, Startups, Business and Life

Lucius Annaeus Seneca was born 4 BCE in Córdoba, Spain and died in 65 CE in Rome. He was a philosopher, writer and orator, among other things. He was at times in his life a wealthy man who was for many years an advisor to the Emperor Nero. 1. “The time will come when diligent research over long periods will bring to light things which now lie hidden. A single […]

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