“4 hour work week” cites a sentence by Frank Wilczek, 2004 Nobel prize in physics. I like the quote a lot.  “If you don’t make mistakes, you are not working on hard enough problems, and that’s a big mistake. “… Read More

I found a good psychological blog. It’s very interesting reading all those factors that affect human thinking… Maybe we can utilize them in everyday life 🙂 I recommend the following articles: 10 Practical Uses For Psychological Research in Everyday Life Detecting Lies: Top 3 Myths, Top 5 Proven Factors A Slow Smile Attracts Loudest Voice… Read More

Today I had an intense discussion with a friend on business. I don’t want to go into details here. I just feel that many people know nothing about the business world, living in their idealistic “dream” world. A lot of people, especially technical people, emphasize well too much on the product, instead of the marketing… Read More

Since the beginning of this year, I read quite a few interesting business books. Here I just share with you my thoughts. What I like the books, and what I don’t like them. – “Cashflow quadrants: rich dad’s guide to financial freedom”. It’s the best seller of New York Times. The author, Robert Kiyosaki, wrote… Read More

Fei: copied from an email from SVCEF === What we wanted to do 1. Build Vertical Search Engines For Financial Industry. 2. To give money managers edge against competitors. 3. To let money managers gain deep insight of market. 4. To help money managers to improve their investment return. === Targeted Customers 1. It is… Read More

The Venture Capital Aptitude Test (VCAT) Another good article by Guy Kawasaki…. love it. It’s interesting to know that MBA, management consulting, IBD, accounting are not got for entrepreneurs… hmm… need to seriously think about it…… Read More

In yesterday’s WSJ, an article is about cotton option (future) price spike earlier in the year: In Mystery Cotton-Price Spike, Traders Hit by Swirling Forces I don’t want to go into the details. What I want to say is that besides the housing crunch, this is yet another indication of the failing market. A regularity… Read More

Came up with a blog: Hindsights, loved it. It’s from Guy Kawasaki…. Ten hindsights? what do I learn from them? #10: Live off your parents as long as possible. Yah, it’s perfectly correct…. I delayed entering job market as long as possible… but I missed my chance to do more 🙁 (crying)… now when I… Read More

I sometimes read articles here and there. Just use this category to record the interesting ones, mostly putting a link to the article. Also,  if I have an opinion, I will draw a few words here… so don’t expect it to be very organized..… Read More

It’s mid-year time, and I’d like to have a mid-year review of the direction of the stock market. I made some predictions at the end of January. It seems I’m quite lucky that they are more or less in-line with what really happened. The stocks reached new lows in the middle of July, which was… Read More