Technology Is Wiping Out Companies Faster than Ever

I grabbed the snip below from this article It presents an interesting look at the lifespan of companies and the disruptive effects of technological change.  It is inevitable and somewhat Darwinian that change will accelerate with technology, although i do wonder whether there is some form of internal or structural speed limit on change below…

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Relevant For Traders

The Results For the 150,000 healthy people in the study (including those who didn’t exercise), there was a dose response relationship between more sitting and all-cause mortality. This simply means more sitting was associated with more mortality. The sitting mortality relationship was also blunted in the people who got any exercise during the week—a little…

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Without Data

The other day after a workout I was sitting in the cafe that one of my gyms has enjoying my usual tea, toast and vegemite and at the table behind where a group of old blokes. These are the sought of old blokes who amble around the gym for an hour and then go and…

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Prof Brian Cox

Last week I along with 3000 of my closest friend was able to attend an evening with Brian Cox, former popstar and now particle physicist at CERN. Too often in our world voices that are truly interesting are drowned out by the noise of mediocrity. This is the good Professor from his days as the…

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The Return On Luxury Items

This graph from the Economist caught my eye. I ma intrigued that luxury cars have done so well and I am wondering two things. Firstly, if their definition of luxury cars might actually refer to strict collectibles as opposed to luxury. Secondly, if the figure has not been distorted by outliers and so has been…

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