I came across this paper the other day. The basic thrust of the paper is that populations are living longer and longer – this is really no surprise. What is surprising is this quote – Most babies born since 2000 in countries with long-lived residents will celebrate their 100th birthdays if the present yearly growth…Details
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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…Details
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…Details
As October once more looms large on the horizon we will be subjected to more idiocy about the siren like properties of this month and the pitfalls it holds for traders I thought I would offer up some facts. The first question that needs to be answered is October really that bad for investors and…Details