Thanks for your note. My point was that Bloom is busting the old model of how credit bureaus work. That they make new asset classes appear is interesting but that is a derivative of their primary disruption. And they aren’t the only ones going after this market so I did not want to get into specifics of individual business models.
Thanks Kevin Joseph Moore.
I have a lot reads on this article but not enough engagement/debate as of yet to spark a follow-up to this post. I may put something out if there is more interest!
I use this method as being sufficient for my informal purposes as I am principal investor. If I was an analyst…
Mamy André-Ratsimbazafy — Thanks for your note.
While PE funds as a class have done better than VC funds as a class they have their own set of issues for LPs. The point of this post was to go over the methodology for comparing fund performance relative to other investment options and also among them. The methodology works…
Thanks for this post Mitchell. As a parent I have thought about exactly the same set of deficiencies in my kids’ education and a few months ago put out this post about how I am addressing them in our situation: https://medium.com/@kamadoll/kindling-financial-aptitude-in-our-children-d1db9d5919a4#.32p0sup2m
I have loved wine in a box for the same reasons but Wine BiB makes even more sense. Its important to note that there is a shelf life to BiB wines — there is some oxidation that does happen through the bag. So drink it up and do not stick it in your cellar.