My name is Mark Wong and I’m a 20 something financial analyst working in Silicon Valley at a fairly well known tech company.
I started this blog in 2009 after after going through one of the most difficult times in my life. I was laid off from work, I suffered through a life-threatening illness, and I nearly lost my health insurance while recovering. Blogging was one of my therapeutic outlets to cope with all of these issues.
I’ve recently started studying for the GMAT. I made the decision to go to business school in 2010 and hope to chronicle my entire journey on this blog. Everything from my GMAT Tests, to the Admissions Rounds, to the actual Business School experience will be included.
I also like to meticulously keep track of my Net Worth.
Feel free to contact me at: mako at randomwok dot com
What does Random Wok mean?
Random Walk is an investment principle that equates movements in the stock market to a drunk standing in the middle of the road whose future movements can only be guessed.
Of all the investing theories, principles, and experts I’ve come across, the random walk theory is my favorite and to be honest, it probably makes the most sense.
But you spelled it wrong?
Unfortunately, randomwalk.com was already taken, by a squatter no less.