Individual humans know embarrassingly little about the world, and as history has progressed, they have come to know less and less. A hunter-gatherer in the Stone Age knew how to make her own clothes, how to start a fire, how to hunt rabbits, and how to escape lions. We think we know far more today, but as individuals, we actually know far less. We rely on the expertise of others for almost all our needs.

Yuval Noah Harari, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century.

On these pages, I would be sharing my learnings, thoughts and experiences on Personal Finance, Investing, Behaviorial Economics, Psychology and everything else under the sun. Välkomna!

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Starting with a why ?

According to Kjell Enhager, “Good decisions come from Good mental condition. And bad ones from bad mental condition. If someone is stresed or in a bad mood, the probability of making a good decision goes down drastically. So what can be done to be in a good mood to make good decisions which lead to…

SAVR vs. Avanza

I decided to move most of my funds from Avanza to Savr. It was a no-brainer considering the discounts on annual fund management charges. The move* itself was easy to initiate with just a few steps in the Savr app. I miss the interface and the in-depth analysis that can be done in Avanza on…

How do we make decisions?

“Decisions based on emotion aren’t decisions, at all. They’re instincts. Which can be of value. The rational and the irrational complement each other. Individually they’re far less powerful.”House of Cards, Episode 12, Netflix 2013. There only two ways you make decisions:1. Based on the rationale.2. Based on heuristics & biases. And there is no one…

Why this blog?

Alternativ was to organize my thoughts in a personal notebook or trust my amazing memory to never fail. I would use this blog as my life journal to organise the different bits and pieces of my learnings and experiences, over the years, which form my philosophy of different aspects of life on earth & beyond…