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24 M Alexandria, VA

My Details

Last Online
Jun 27
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Not at all
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Aries, but it doesn’t matter
Dropped out of space camp
Banking / Finance
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Okay)

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My self-summary
I have no financial obligations, so I can quit my job at any time. This allows me the freedom to say and do pretty much whatever I want, and I like that.

I don't take life very seriously; to me, the most important thing is to enjoy life while I have it, and not worry too much about the consequences. I'll say pretty much whatever I think, and laugh at subjects that other people find to be somber. My core philosophy is that it's very likely we're all going to die, so there's nothing that makes us better or worse than anyone else. We're all just different, and that's okay.

I think the concept of gender restrictions in anything other than a biological manner is silly, so I'll wear whatever I think is comfortable whether it's for men, women or both. Gender is a "whatever" thing to me. I don't really care about it.

I dropped out of the fourth grade and think formal education is generally overvalued when you account for the time value of money.

I don't really hold that against people who have received university degrees, however, and have found such people to be more intelligent than drop outs, generally. I do suspect that speaks more to the quality of drop outs we produce than it does about those with university degrees.

I often rant about subjects that are interesting to me, and I will focus most of my time on one subject if it really is enthralling to me. I find efficient capital allocation very fun to think about, and count John Malone and Henry Singleton among my list of heroes.

I like old video games, and use DOSBox more than I probably should. Right now I am playing 1830: Railroads & Robber Barons.
What I’m doing with my life
I am learning about investing principles and techniques, different industries and reusable mental models.

I read a lot of books and am attempting to get up the level of Todd Combs on a pages per day basis. If I purchase a book and find it uninteresting, though, I will usually stop reading it within a few chapters. I do not want to waste time on books that do not add any value to me.

Other than that, I do pretty much whatever I want. I like to play video games and read in my spare time, and I especially like games and reads that can improve my skill set. When I'm passionate about something, it becomes a game to me, and I want to keep getting better at it as long as I can. But because it's a game to me, I don't take it super seriously. It's just super fun to learn about businesses and business models.

Currently, that subject is investing. I don't know if that'll always be my favorite subject, and I'd like to learn more over time, but that's what I spend most of my time on now.
I’m really good at
I am particularly good at performing research on and valuing companies, and enjoy extending that to the realm of corporate bankruptcy through the use of PACER.

I think that bankruptcy is an under-researched, frequently misunderstood concept among investors and that substantial excess returns can be generated through the adequate research of Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 cases. That is particularly true in the smaller bankruptcies, such as Star Buffet recently.

I am also good at listening to and learning from others when they have interesting subjects to discuss.
The first things people usually notice about me
I do not know. I suppose it would be my hair, on account of it is pretty long. That is just a guess.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Outsiders. Not the fictional book. Cable Cowboy is also amazing. They both profile John Malone, who is probably the best capital allocator alive today aside from Warren Buffett himself.

Boomerang, The Big Short, Value Investing by Montier, the Essays of Warren Buffett, Poor Charlie's Almanack, When Genius Failed, You Can Be a Stock Market Genius, Walker's Manual of Unlisted Stocks.

I dig the West Wing and stupid horror movies on Netflix.
The six things I could never do without
Charlie Munger - or specifically the mental models that I have learned to use through his teachings.

Some of my favorites are: Incentive-caused bias model, scale advantages model, accelerated investment masking profitability model, float model (can include negative working capital), and the lollapalooza of irrationality from the combination of the inconsistency avoidance and doubt avoidance models.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Money, investing, and topics that are relevant to both such as gauging the incentives of a company's management team and determining whether they are in line with those of a company's shareholders.

I think that Charlie Munger is one of the smartest men that we have today, and that it is very important that we utilize mental models to improve our own lives and to understand the world in a more detailed manner.
On a typical Friday night I am
Reading books, usually, though sometimes I will hang out with my family or play video games instead. Usually it is reading books, though.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a hard time taking hints from people. If you want to tell me something, just tell me.
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi guys
  • Ages 18–35
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You like in-depth conversations, or find me interesting for any reason. I will talk to most people so long as they aren't creepy.