Why read this?

I’ve spent over 15 years in investing. The maddening world of stock-markets is a great place to understand human frailty, especially my own, as well as appreciate how unknowable the world around us is. To stay sane and solvent, history and psychology matter way more than anything covered in an MBA program.

Buggy Humans in a Messy World is an attempt to convert my scars into shareable learnings. While business and investing form the backdrop, my essays are essentially about human quirks and the exaggerated effect they have on social systems we’ve built.