Not bad for a British car – wonder if it would be like my old Triumph Dolomite Sprint and decide that only wants to go on certain days for no apparent reason.
I have been rereading parts of Dan Ariely’s The Upside of Irrationality. For those who don’t know of Ariely and his work you can catch up with him on TED. One of the great cognitive biases we face as traders is the notion of herding – that is we run in groups. Institution’s are particularly…Details
I thought I would post this for two reasons. Firstly, to illustrate the different approaches to selling at a high level here and in the US. Whilst, I have no doubt car salesman are dodgy the world over this is actually a reasonably slick video. Porsche dealers locally still have very limited interaction with their…Details
In a week that showed us how appalling some members of the human race can be comes someone doing something bonkers but spectacular….in a good way. Hands up if you thought being long gold was terrifying during its recent fall off the cliff – trading has nothing on real life and only a fool thinks…Details
I am not really one for motivational crap – all that Anthony Robbins bullshit that simpletons fall for makes me want to bash my own testicles with a hammer. However, every now again you come across a piece that is really quite simple in its message. Change the lifting metaphors and setting to trading and…Details