This is an interesting article from Wired the science mag. Although looking at the only graphic in the article I am not certain their metric is doing what the article claims that it is capable of doing. If you look at the graphic it began its move towards zero (the crash zone) in 2003 and…Details
Well, when you are a billionaire you can invest like one. Exhortations to do so when you are not a billionaire whilst headline grabbing and good for a few seconds of day dreaming are childish and have no basis in reality. The hyper wealthy do things that others cant and whilst it is a good…Details
Have you ever fired up the Google box for the purposes of finding something pertinent and relevant to your next task only to find yourself four hours later amazed by your new found knowledge that a crocodile cannot stick out its tongue or that there is no Betty Rubble in The Flintstones chewable vitamins. Seeking…Details
At last some science as opposed to 20 something bimbo’s with bra sizes bigger than their IQ’s telling us that when the reactors blow they will level Japan and half of China.
Michael Lewis the author if Liars Poker which I consider compulsory reading for traders produced this article back in 1989
Anyone older than 40 will remember Victor Kiams catchcry regarding his takeover of Remington. Interestingly, there is a modern comparison and that is Apple products. However, the slogan should be adjusted to ….. I took advantage of the slavishly devoted fanboys and bought the company instead of the overhyped products. Below is a table of what you…Details
Following on from the posting on why fund managers fail to generate positive alpha . I thought I would look at the notion of cognitive blindness and emotional overconfidence within the domain of prediction. This was prompted by set of predictions I came across for this year by a group known as Bespoke who have produced a…Details
Striking photos from the Boston Globe.