Aaron Harris

Aaron Harris was cofounder of Tutorspree, which was funded by Y Combinator in 2011. Before Tutorspree he worked at Bridgewater Associates, where he managed product and operations for an analytics group. He has an AB in History and Literature from Harvard.


Fooled by Experts

Experts are generally right until they’re wrong. Unfortunately, it’s very easy to get fooled into thinking that experts are always right. This is especially true when it comes to trying new things in existing fields. We are biased into believing that knowing a lot about something confers an ability to predict the future.

Why VCs sometimes push companies to burn too fast

Despite praising frugality, VCs sometimes push companies to spend more money, faster. Sometimes this leads to faster growth. More often it leads to empty bank accounts.

Ignoring the Wiggles

With all the recent gyrations in the stock market, I started thinking about one of my favorite phrases in investing: “Don’t stare at the wiggles.”

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