100,000 views! Some acknowledgments

Wow, I can’t believe that I only started this blog in February. Thank you all for helping me get to 100,000 views in less than a calendar year.I’d like to make some acknowledgments to particular people who have really help me make this blog popular:

  • My parents – for giving me an inquisitive mind, without which I wouldn’t have made this blog
  • My wider family – for always liking and sharing my articles, especially Rajeev dada, Nitin chacha, Anjali dadi, and Deepa dadi.
  • Other people who have helped me since the very beginning – a big thank you to Rob Cope, Pulkit Jain, Shreyaans Jain, and Mr. Matt Gaffney. Also a big thank you to epicflyingcat, who comments on my blog quite frequently and whose criticism helps me make my articles better and better.
  • My friends – Thanks Aditya for helping me get the last 30 views 😉 Thanks Minou for the constructive criticism. Thanks Savan for occasionally being somewhat helpful. The following shared my blog at the very beginning:











Thanks again to everyone that helped me reach this milestone!

By Shrey Srivastava

A finance and economics enthusiast, and someone who wants to share his views with the world.


  1. Aw thanks 🙂

    I renamed my account so that I’m no longer epicflyingcat. Well done on 100,000, it’s a great blog you have here and you’re going to do really well in the future. Good luck!


  2. Well done, Shrey! :-). You totally deserve them. You have worked so hard on these articles throughout the year, and your research is bloody fantastic ;-). Maybe next year, when it’s February, you could do a 1st anniversary blog – going over about the best things in the first year. Probably I’m being ridiculous, but a good blog deserves recognition!


  3. You’re welcome! Yours and Aditya’s blogs are perfect, I can’t stand tabloid reports nowadays as they’re so boring and lack character – they lose me halfway through.


  4. Is that in Elstree? Because when I was at school (I left in June), I went to a farm just across that called Aldenham (it was part of my course). ‘Cause I remember a boys school and girls school with the same name. Correct me if I’m wrong, the name sounds familiar.


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