April 16, 2017
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What investors can learn from Bezos’s 2017 letter to shareholders

The mighty who fell: too big to succeed Levi Strauss, Eastman Kodak, Caterpillar, Heinz, American Express, Procter & Gamble, Compaq, Blackberry. Just a sample of companies, all legendary, that at some point, saw their growth stall, their market caps decline and their … Continue reading

January 10, 2016
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Think like a Bayesian

Picture this. You’re a married professional man who has just returned home from a four day work trip. As you unbutton and drop your shirt into the laundry hamper, you notice another unfamiliar looking shirt in there. You pause to … Continue reading

May 18, 2015
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Investing success: Rationality scores over Intelligence

We know that tests of conventional intelligence that measure Intelligence Quotient (IQ), are only a part of a measure of how well someone thinks. Yet, most societies focus on intelligence as predictors of successful decision-making. IQ, on it’s own, has been … Continue reading