OctaFinance.com was established by Iliyan Paskalev to educate worldwide investors and other interested people in finance and economics. The website is a free public access financial website, that provides financial analyses, discussions and ideas related to different asset classed like stocks, commodities, precious metals, bonds, currencies, real estate, alternative investments and etc. The website also allows investors to make informed risk assessments about current economic events and the likely outlook of investment performance.
In short, this website is the much needed service at a time of great uncertainty as in these decades.
Questions and Answers
Q: What is Octa Finance?
А: The website is a free public access financial website, that has a mission of helping worldwide investors by providing financial analyses, discussions and ideas related to different asset classed like stocks, commodities, precious metals, bonds, currencies, real estate, alternative investments and etc.
Q: Who is Iliyan Paskalev?
A: I’m a male in the middle 20s. I hold a bachelor’s degree of International Economic Relations. I currently manage the families’ portfolio and I plan to introduce my own investment fund to the public in a few years.
Q: What reading material do you recommend?
A: Anything you can read of Jim Rogers, Seth Klarman (Baupost Group), Kyle Bass (Hayman Capital), Ray Dalio (Bridgewater Associates), Max Otte (Pi Global Value Fund), Marc Faber (Gloom Boom and Doom), Felix Zulauf (Zulauf Asset Management), Jim Grant (Interest Rate Observer), Hugh Hendry (Eclectica Asset Management), Michael Burry (former Scion Capital) and Jeremy Grantham (GMO).
Some of the ones I recommend are:
Jim Rogers’s books
Seth Klarman’s Margin of Safety
George Soros’s The Alchemy of Finance
Joel Greenblatt’s You Can Be a Stock Market Genius
Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor
Martin Whitman’s The Aggressive Conservative Investor
Jim Grant’ books as well as the Interest Rate Observer
Roger Lowenstein’ books
Nassim Taleb’ Black Swan
Jeremy Grantham’s quarterly fund letters
Hayman Capital Letters
Marc Faber’s Gloom Boom and Doom Report