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Thank you very much for visiting AgnosticInvesting.com! This website is my playground to test and share investment-related ideas. At the moment, it is a pure fun project that I maintain in my spare time.

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What to expect from AGNOSTIC INVESTING?

This website is about investing in stocks and funds without any prior constraints. Having said that, my personal beliefs (see below) will of course guide the content in a certain direction…

While Warren Buffett and (discretionary) value investing were my starting point, I gradually moved to a more systematic and data-driven investment philosophy over the curse of my studies. I believe in the big ideas of academic finance, I like quantitative tools and data, and I think diversification is chronically underrated.

Having talked to people from both worlds, I also believe that systematic investors can learn a lot from the discretionary and vice versa. In fact, the more I learn about it, the more I recognize that the underlying ideas are actually quite similar. It is often just the implementation that differs…

As the name of this website (hopefully) suggests, I ultimately believe that agnostically looking at facts and data should eventually lead to decent results. Doing this properly is the one and only goal of this website.

For this reason, the website will not be useful for everyone. If you are looking for creative day-trading classes, there is not much I can do for you. But I will give my best to deliver high quality content for everyone who is seriously interested. This may narrow the audience, but the theme is quality over quantity – always.

An investor cannot obtain superior profits from stocks by simply committing to a specific investment category or style. He can earn them only by carefully evaluating facts and continuously exercising discipline.

Warren E. Buffett (1988) – Chairman’s Letter 1988
More on the Philosophy

Finally, don’t bet on an investment unless you can demonstrate by logic, and if appropriate by track record, that you have an edge.

Edward Thorp (2017) – A Man for All Markets, Ch. 26