Jake Taylor: How To Avoid Your Blind Spots

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In his recent interview with The Value Perspective, Jake Taylor discusses some examples of how to avoid your blind spots. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: JT: Let’s jump back into the Google example. What I missed for the next five or six years from 2015 was that I was … Read More

Jake Taylor: Getting On Base

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In his latest January 2022 Letter, Jake Taylor discusses the importance of getting on base in investing. Here’s an excerpt from the letter: One of the keys to successful investing is to get out of your own head. Psychologist Daniel Kahneman would call this “finding the outside view.” An outside … Read More

Jake Taylor: The Stoic Path To Investing

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In his recent interview on the Millennial Investing Podcast, Jake Taylor discussed the importance of having a stoic mentality in investing. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Taylor: But at the same time, a big part, I think of figuring out how to be a good investor is actually understanding … Read More

Why Has Value Investing Underperformed?

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Jake Taylor of Farnam Street provides some great insights into why he thinks value investing has had such a rough time lately, saying: Jake – I think it’s a confluence of factors. I don’t know honestly. If I had to assign how much do … Read More

How To Identify Great Capital Allocators

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Jake Taylor of Farnam Street discusses how investors can spot great capital allocators, saying: – But having said all that yeah there’s so many great cap allocators out there. You know obviously Buffett and Munger are the gold standard at Berkshire. But you have … Read More