My name is Oddmund Groette (1971) and I reside in the former USSR (but I’m a citizen of Norway).
This website contains my thinking, thoughts and opinions on the subjects that interest me the most: investing, stock analysis, business and philosophy in everyday life. I have been an investor for almost 20 years (investing my own money), and I spend my time reading, writing, exercising, being outdoors, analyzing stocks, investing and ultimately learning. It’s my aim and hope that this can produce some worthwhile articles.
However, my main motivation for this blog is to improve my own understanding, knowledge and competence. Writing is a very powerful tool, and I believe an audience makes me put in a little more effort. I’m not an expert in most subjects I write about, but hopefully writing ignites learning and turns me into a better investor and human being. I have a (useless) business degree, and I quote Nassim Nicholas Taleb: “What I was given to study in school I have forgotten; what I decided to read on my own, I still remember”.
I’m an investment agnostic: I invest in whatever timeframe there is: daytrading, swingtrading or investing for decades. I don’t go into my office in the morning with a rigid framework/mindset for where, when and how to invest. Investing is a continous learning experience.
I have written four books about the stock market, all in Norwegian (press this link for an overview). The first one, Aksjekjøp og Daytrading, published in 2002 and amended in 2006, is still selling well and have thus far sold about 25 000 copies.
My e-mail is “Oddmund at daytrading dot no”.
English is not my mother tongue, so please apologize for any grammatical mistakes.
I also have another website about daytrading and quantified stock trading strategies.
Disclosure: I am not a financial advisor. Please do your own due diligence and investment research or consult a financial professional. All articles are my opinion – they are not suggestions to buy or sell any securities.