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Optimism

Whilst I was away in the Gold Coast where it is still 1992 and enjoying the delights of probably the worst hotel in Australia I caught up with this little piece in Time regarding optimism and its function as an evolutionary survival mechanism. “Scientists who study memory proposed an intriguing answer: memories are susceptible to inaccuracies partly…

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Warm Ups

I am certain there is something trading related in here –  Less is More: Standard Warm-up Causes Fatigue and Less Warm-up Permits Greater Cycling Power Output Abstract The traditional warm-up (WU) athletes use to prepare for a sprint track cycling event involves a general WU followed by a series of brief sprints lasting at least 50…

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Apocalypse…Not Quite Yet

Slate has an interesting take on what happens to those who predict an apocalypse that doesnt come. This is an interesting piece but somewhat light on with regard to actually why we believe stupid things – for reasons other than being stupid. A more in depth look at our frailties is contained in my blog…

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Apocalypse…Not Quite Yet

Slate has an interesting take on what happens to those who predict an apocalypse that doesnt come. This is an interesting piece but somewhat light on with regard to actually why we believe stupid things – for reasons other than being stupid. A more in depth look at our frailties is contained in my blog that referenced a…

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Bank Stocks Set For Further Volatility

So there I was firing up the toaster for the evenings nosh fest of beans on toast when I saw the above headline track across the bottom of the idiot box. My first thought was bullshit – if its on the idiot box and it has the expression analysts predict in front of it it…

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Bank Stocks Set For Further Volatility

So there I was firing up the toaster for the evenings nosh fest of beans on toast when I saw the above headline track across the bottom of the idiot box. My first thought was bullshit – if its on the idiot box and it has the expression analysts predict in front of it it…

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The End of Easy Oil

Interesting feature piece from the WSJ on the end of so called easy oil – that is oil of usable quality that simply gushed out of the ground. No one suggests that the Gulf nations are running out of oil. Heavy oil, although difficult to pump, is abundant. The Middle East alone is believed to…

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How to Make Money in Microseconds

Donald MacKenzie explores the world of high frequency trading in the London Review of Books What goes on in stock markets appears quite different when viewed on different timescales. Look at a whole day’s trading, and market participants can usually tell you a plausible story about how the arrival of news has changed traders’ perceptions…

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How to Make Money in Microseconds

Donald MacKenzie explores the world of high frequency trading in the London Review of Books What goes on in stock markets appears quite different when viewed on different timescales. Look at a whole day’s trading, and market participants can usually tell you a plausible story about how the arrival of news has changed traders’ perceptions…

Read more

The End of Easy Oil

Interesting feature piece from the WSJ on the end of so called easy oil – that is oil of usable quality that simply gushed out of the ground. No one suggests that the Gulf nations are running out of oil. Heavy oil, although difficult to pump, is abundant. The Middle East alone is believed to hold some…

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