Random Thoughts

Winners I  had the pleasure the other day of catching up with Malcolm Bish a graduate of the 2012 Mentor Program and recent winner of the ASX Sharemarket Game. The conversation naturally turned to the ASX Sharemarket Competition and why he had done so well. I am aware of Malcolm trading system since it is…

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Imagining the Post-Antibiotics Future

As a biologist, Fleming knew that evolution was inevitable: sooner or later, bacteria would develop defenses against the compounds the nascent pharmaceutical industry was aiming at them. But what worried him was the possibility that misuse would speed the process up. Every inappropriate prescription and insufficient dose given in medicine would kill weak bacteria but…

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Word Cloud

Word clouds are intriguing little tools that effectively allow you to look at the frequency distribution of words within a given piece of text. Wofram Alpha the way clever search engine has just released a new function allowing you to generate word clouds for the lyrics of your favourite songs. you simply enter  the expression…

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We May Have An Ig Nobel Nominee

Each year the Ig Nobel committee hand awards to research that in their words – first make people laugh, and then make them think. The prizes are intended to celebrate the unusual, honor the imaginative — and spur people’s interest in science, medicine, and technology.  To give you a sense of what sort of research attracts an Ig…

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Is The Market Overvalued Part 2

I had not intended for my Is The Market Overvalued? piece to become a two parter but I came across the following chart courtesy of the people at Bespoke, who produce a dazzling array of metrics.     This chart looks at the number of S&P500 stocks which are above their 50 day moving average.…

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But Its Got My Stuff in It

I have a neighbour who is on his third real estate agent in under a year. The two previous agents had failed to sell his property at a price he was happy with. Interestingly, the two previous failed attempts saw the property pass in at the same price. Added to this this three other properties…

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Did You Know?

That Hedy Lamarr the 1930s actress invented frequency hopping which is the basis for bluetooth, wi- fi, GPS and a bunch of other communications technology. I had no idea until I came across the excellent site Women Rock Science – if you have a daughter interested in science then you need to hook her up with…

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The Fate Of Empires

I got bounced this link which is to a grandiosely titled video called Science Saves the Future – which I duly watched with my tea and toast. Save yourself the trouble of wasting your time since it is a loosely cobbled together snippets from “experts” I had never heard of. I think the basic message…

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