Monthly Archives: May 2013

High Road Doubts

Fantastic article on overcomingbias.com – Robin Hanson talks about the effectiveness of publishing his political philosophy in a scholarly article vs. a popular book. Futarchy: a regime to watch out for High Road Doubts.

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How to Invest for Young People

1) Review Personal Finance Blogs -Here’s a link to a whole bunch of good ones -Buffett Partnership Letters or Here for a .pdf 2) Get helpful tips from a Quora Finance blogger through this link  3) Check out these books:  The Intelligent Investor … Continue reading

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Nash Equilibrium

Definition: when neither competitor can benefit from changing your current strategy The biggest take-away is that the 1/4 quarter-mile agreement doesn’t work; it doesn’t work because either competitor could decide to change their side of the bargain and profit.

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The idealisatio…

The idealisation of bohemian artistic and intellectual life, and the dogma of its superiority over the bourgeois commercial life, that prevailed among Keynes’ Bloomsbury friends, and prevails still among artists and intellectuals, is a remarkably sturdy remnant of our feudal … Continue reading

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How Young Entrepreneurs Are Cashing In On The Bitcoin Buzz – Business Insider

Originally posted on The truth is in here:
Entrepreneur How Young Entrepreneurs Are Cashing In On The Bitcoin BuzzBusiness InsiderYou can't open a website or newspaper these days without reading about Bitcoin, the digital currency that was invented in 2009…

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The love of mon…

The love of money as a possession — as distinguished from the love of money as a means to the enjoyments and realities of life — will be recognised for what it is, a somewhat disgusting morbidity, one of those … Continue reading

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