Tag: knowledge

Learning From Others


No society holds all the keys to wisdom and success. Seek beyond.

Some Thoughts On Markets


I have noticed that successful stock market investors share one characteristic. They do not believe in the correctness of the “Efficient Market” and consequently do not rely on “Modern Portfolio Theory.” The majority of them do not have portfolios in the conventional sense of… Continue Reading “Some Thoughts On Markets”

Small Advantages Add Up


Every little bit helps is more true than we think.

On Holding Opinions


Don’t believe everything you think.

Okay, What Happens Next?


Anticipation is the key to flourishing in the future.

Learning or Being Taught? Which Works Better?


Being taught is broader and more efficient. Learning is more right.

Plans Won’t Help You, But Planning Will


Planning is a process. Plans are an event. Events become obsolete.

When It Just Ain’t so


“It doesn’t make any difference how beautiful the hypothesis (conclusion) is, how smart the author is, or what the author’s name is, if it disagrees with data or observations, it is wrong.” Richard P. Feynman Pity Feynman didn’t mention political narrative. Here is an… Continue Reading “When It Just Ain’t so”

Everyone Is Rational


It is not rational to think you are fully rational

Be Careful What You Think About


Positive thoughts build. Negative thoughts limit.

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