How to Build a Stock Watchlist (For Beginners & Pros) in Google Sheets


You will learn how to build watchlists based on a methodology that suits you. This will help you by comparing similar stocks and also save you a lot of time in the future. Possibly as much as 1-4 years. Continue Reading…

Announcing: The Investing Course

Since making the Swedish finance course several years ago together with Mikael Syding, we’ve had a ton of people asking:

“When is the English version coming?”


The Investing Course is a 6 week long online course that teaches you how to find, analyze and value stocks.

(To be clear: This is not a course about short-term trading, crypto, Forex, options, or whatever is currently popular on TikTok.)

The core emphasis is on fundamental analysis, understanding business models, and finding out whether a stock is cheap by using valuation methods.

In the Investing Course you will learn:

  1. How to find worthwhile stocks
  2. How to analyze different types of stocks (based on their industry)
  3. How to see if a stock is cheap by using 7 methods of valuation
  4. How to interpret company reports and understand financial ratios
  5. How to build a Watchlist for monitoring stocks over the long-term
  6. How to rank your investment ideas by risk and reward
  7. How to write a compelling investment case to share with others

And much more….

You will learn the fundamental skills used by professional stock analysts.

After completing the course you will:

  1. Have analyzed and made a valuation for your first stock
  2. Receive a list of ~100 good stocks from different categories worth analyzing (and perhaps adding to your portfolio)
  3. Have started a Watchlist system for monitoring stocks with target prices and various other metrics, which will help you greatly over the long-term

You will also have continued access to all the course materials and the alumni community.

We are excited for the Investing Course and think it’ll be great.

More info to come…

So — if you want to learn the important skill of valuation and how to analyze stocks, join the waiting list below and you’ll be first to know when we launch.

Fabrice Grinda: Angel Investor Extraordinaire and Polymath

Fabrice Grinda 25 minuter podcastThis is a summary of my conversation with Fabrice Grinda for 25 Minuter Podcast, in which we covered topics such as marketplace companies, angel investing, how to know a lot about many things, decision making, self-improvement and book recommendations.

(Be sure to check out the resources in the bottom.)

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So You Wanna be a Comprehensivist?

ComprehensivistLast time it was all about Specialists, and how that’s probably the best thing to do before one is under the age of 30.

The average person should choose a well-paid profession and specialize.

Now, let’s see how that compares to someone who’s a Comprehensivist.

We will examine some people who left an exceptional mark on mankind, by combining uncommon knowledge. Some of them also got rich.Continue Reading…

Forsys: Next 10x Opportunity?

Forsys Metals

Uranium: Precious like Spice on Arrakis

The best Uranium Buy at $85-125/lbs  

DISCLOSURE: This article is for informational purposes only, you should not construe any information or other material as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice. I hold a long-term position in Forsys Metals Corp.


Scenario Analysis:

  • Bear case: -50% or standstill for 3 years.
  • Base case: 10x in 3-4 years.
  • Bull case: 50x in 5 years.

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Should You Be a Generalist or a Specialist?

generalist vs specialistAre you more of a specialist or a generalist? Plan your career accordingly.

Let’s assume we have four categories when it comes to monetizable skills and career expertise:

  • Low-skilled: Not good enough at anything.
  • Hyperspecialist: Great at one area of expertise.
  • Generalist: Good enough at several areas of expertise.
  • Comprehensivist: Great at several areas of expertise.

Continue Reading…

7 Powerful Benefits of Keeping a Workout Log

workout log

This is a guest post by Daniel Richter, CEO of StrengthLog, a workout log app for tracking your strength training.

In this article, Daniel outlines 7 benefits of keeping a workout log and explains why it’s a great habit. Continue Reading…

Unfounded Hype vs Underestimated Potential

unfounded hypeCathy Wood/ARK Invest bought some RoBlox yesterday.

A 65-year old woman hyper-bullish on tech stocks and cryptocurrencies. Must be a rather remarkable woman?

A Google search says she is one of the wealthiest women in America.

But that’s not the topic for today’s discussion.Continue Reading…