As any readers of mine know I like to focus on my errors as I believe they give me the best opportunity to learn. In my two years so far investing, there's one mistake that stands out as bigger than any other, with multiple layers of issues compounding to bring about a perfect storm for my investment. This mistake is my investment, and continued reinvestment in MoneyMe, a fast growing fintech lender. This mistake was the perfect combination of poor business analysis, poor portfolio management and poor macro forecasting to result in both my largest absolute and relative drawdown in any position. I want to explore what happened with the business, the mistakes I made and most importantly what my takeaways were.