About the only joyous thing about Christmas is that there is a marked slowdown in the amount of junk mail that hits my inbox. And to be honest I do miss the emails telling me that people have the ideal job for or that Svetlana from Kokshetau in Kazakhstan is desperate to send me pictures of…Details
What you allow to leak into your head is immensely important. Increasingly, we’re filling our heads with soundbites, the mental equivalent of junk. Over a day or even a week, the changes, like those to our belly, are barely noticeable. However, if we extend the timeline to months and years, we face a worrying reality…Details
One of the joys of experience is experience – you get to see all manner of things and from these these observations you can generalise a series of rules about life in general. A subset of these observations naturally relate to trading and what they have enabled me to do is to with a high…Details
As followers of the blog will know I have been using my copious free time to experiment with building a new system from the ground up and then testing it live. There is no point testing new theories and ideas within the electronic purity of a computer program unless you are going to put actual…Details
Bloomberg have been busy – click the image below to be taken to the full infographic.
I was digging through my archive of data related junk when I came across the regular (yearly) series called Perils of Perception by Ipsos MORI I was going to include one of the slides from the 2016 deck but the resolution was quite low so I decided to reformat it to make it clearer. The slide I…Details
In the current edition of New Scientist they have a feature piece on the seemingly endless array of contradictions psychological and intellectual that are contained within each of us and chief among these is the notion that we are the hero’s of our own narrative. Or as they put it we are all fantasist with…Details