A napkin drawing is a rough sketch drawn to effectively communicate an idea. It is called a napkin drawing or a back-of-the-envelope sketch because it can be done anywhere. Carl Richard’s napkin drawings are famous and he is an inspiration for me to attempt the same.
A visual representation of a complex fact can be quite convincing. The ideal napkin drawing requires zero context. Unfortunately, mine is nowhere near that good. So permit to offer a sentence or two in explanation. This is my third attempt.
Market Volatility vs Time
Reading patterns of “DIY” Investors?
Visible Wealth vs Invisible Wealth
Visible Wealth = Real Estate, Cars, Watches, Jewels, Expensive Holidays etc.
Invisible Wealth = liquid net worth = stocks, bonds, etc.
Statistics and the Investor
“You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant.”
― Harlan Ellison
Asan Ideas for Risk
Here are my previous two attempts
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