Lindy’s Deli was found at the corner of Broadway and 49th Street, New York, from 1921 to 1969. Forty-eight years is a very long time for a restaurant to exist. Its own survival was not something people thought about, but it was the meeting… Continue Reading “Why People Think The Past Tells About The Future”
While not deterministic, the present limits the paths the future can follow. You can improve your ability to predict.
The logistics are always the problem. Think them through.
How much voluntary risk do you need to accept?
People don’t have to deceive you if their idea is sound.
Predicting the future provides uneven results.
Predictability is not always something you count on.
Risk is everywhere. Learning to anticipate it is cheaper than repairing the problems
Governments like a low interest rate environment because they borrow immense amounts of money. Is what is good for them, good for you?
The U.S. dollar is falling from favour, but it may not matter much.