Let your baby play in the mud or the value of experiments

Expert Advice or Who to believe Adapted from the book Mindware – Richard Nisbett We get it all the time. Advice meant to improve our careers, our children, our bodies, our lives. Only, a lot of it is often contradictory. And unlike twenty years ago when there were three national dailies, two television channels and 1 radio station,  there’s an unending stream (literally) of tweets with links to online self-improvement resources. It’s the same with investing. “Time to buy consumer staples” “Get out of commodities” “Cyclicals are the next mega trend” or even “Sell Everything!“, the warning from the good folks at RBS in

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