I am an advocate of efficiency. I believe that the search for efficiency will make our lives better. I strive to achieve this goal through process automation, which allows for a more efficient use of our time, and through finance, where we try to allocate capital and risk efficiently.
I am currently working as an entrepreneur and an advisor, providing project management and business analysis services.
I believe that automation enables businesses and individuals to become more efficient, spend less time on boring and trivial tasks, and allocate more time to solving complex problems.
A key insight of automation is that it doesn't significantly impacts how much work we do. Most of the quantitative improvements are compensated by qualitative improvements. The literature on this topic also leans toward this hypothesis, which I also detailed in a blog entry at a previous job.
I am working with various clients to design and implement automation softwares. If you are interested improving your internal process, your interactions with customers or clients through automation, don't hesitate to get in touch!
An introduction to Market Finance and all of its key concepts and mechanics.
This blog allows me to share interesting phenomenon about finance. Read my articles about Bitcoin, investment funds, negative interest rates, and many other topics.
Finance is a system of resource allocation: it allows agents to allocate capital and risks among themselves.
I created this wiki to share finance cases and stories where hedging went wrong. Some of these cases are classics, some others are more obscure. All of them are fun and have instructive take-aways!
Financial litteracy is one of the key problems of our time. I founded this website with my friend Thomas in order to help people understand finance better, manage their budgets, and overall, chase financial freedom independance.
I wrote this series of articles a bunch of years ago, so they start to be outdated... Plus, they are written in french. You could maybe still look at the pictures if you don't speak Lafayette's language.
Mead is an ancient alcohol made with honey, water & yeast. Though it is today mostly forgotten, Mead is a delicious beverage, which, similarly to craft beer and natural wine, will gain by being better known. It opens a wide field of taste, texture, smells, and fun! I don't sell mead, so if you ever want to taste one of my brews, you'll have to first become my friend, and second hope that I care to share a bottle with you.
Here are a few of the mead I have brewed over the last few years
If you care to check out some of my bottles and process pictures, here are some photos for you: