At the end of every financial year the media generally does a wrap up of how various asset classes performed over the previous year. As you would expect some went up some went down and some went up and then down in spectacular fashion. Nothing new or enlightening. These lists are good only from an…Details
This old bloke is fabulous.
Here are two pieces of information that I find oddly juxtaposed. The first is a list of broker recommendations for Apple – no prizes for guessing that they have been recommending it all the way down. And this is notable staff trading in Apple. What to make of it – undoubtedly nothing. However, it is…Details
Gareth Cook: What is the biggest misconception people have about the relationship between money and happiness? Michael Norton: One of the things that my coauthor Liz Dunn and I hear again and again when we ask people about money and happiness is a simple phrase: more is better. In general, we all believe that having…Details
Over the years I have noticed some odd similarities between many of the things I do and trading. When I first started in the martial arts I like everyone else thought that there must be some super secret technique and I set out to learn every technique I could. This mythology is actively encouraged by…Details
Hard top is a better looking beast I think
From the videos description – Economists were seduced by physics because it made their claims seem more scientific. Their belief was in the concept of equilibrium, in which it would be impossible to profit from trading around a circle of goods or a circle of currencies without actually producing anything. Of course, that is possible,…Details
This is an interesting piece and Peter Attia is an interesting fellow. Having graduated as an aeronautical engineer he went back to school to pursue a career in medicine. I dont fall completely into the camp that carbohydrates are totally evil (I like chocolate too much) and I have also found that a ketogenic state…Details