Mental Models discussed in this podcast:
- Opportunity cost
- Loss Aversion
- Diversification vs Concentration
- Price Anchoring
- Zero-Based Budgeting
- Commitment Bias
- Game Theory: Minimax Theorem
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My portfolio Current/Future State
- Owned 11 stocks
- 5 winners
- 5 losers
- 1 borderline loser
- The goal is to reduce to 5 positions
- Sold 4 stocks so far (made money on 2, lost money on 2)
- Not all “losers” lost money. Some made money.
- It’s all about future return potential from here
It’s all about opportunity cost. Use rational analysis to overcome your behavioral biases.