Seeking Alpha on the VC mindset for public cos

I couldn’t find much to disagree with in this article

It talks about FOMO / valuation fears/ investing in world beaters / letting your winners run/ scaling in/ Category killers / portfolio allocation on a cost basis and the long game, and touches on a few board favourites

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As of this writing, my own portfolio includes 52 public equities

dunno. He is averaging less than me and has 52 different equities.
I would seriously have to change direction.


46% YTD, 68% Trailing Year

I do agree that holding a more concentrated portfolio would likely lead to better returns.

But I strongly agree with the headline points regarding attitude

I’m glad to see that his very first point is the Pareto or Power Law distribution.

Denny Schlesinger

I will read again.