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'The Physics of Wall Street': The Most Arrogant Book in the World?

Mon Dec 17th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Did physicists invent the modern global derivatives economy? Part 1 of an ongoing series.

How to Be a Patriotic Millionaire, Even if You're Not Rich

Tue Nov 27th, 2012

Aaron Brown

It's not enough for you to call for more taxes; you need also to pledge that you will work the same amount at the same rate, accepting the lower after-tax income cheerfully.

Rational Bubbles, Part 2: Why Investors Should Understand What's Known in Statistics as the "Exploding" Process

Tue Oct 30th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Originally studied to model physical events like the collapse of structures, the "exploding" process can be used to explain price trajectories for certain securities.

Yes, There Is Such a Thing as a Rational Bubble -- We're in One Now

Wed Oct 17th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and caldron bubble. Why financial bubbles are not as crazy as they seem.

The Luck of the Average

Mon Sep 24th, 2012

Aaron Brown

One of the most common risk errors is to do a computation assuming av

The Luck of the Average

Fri Sep 21st, 2012

Aaron Brown

Why you have to be very lucky to have average luck.

Of Liberals, Conservatives, Rationalists, and Moral Foundations

Fri Sep 21st, 2012

Aaron Brown

The world is pretty good; all we have to do is not ruin it.

Quant: A Dangerous Word Frequently Misused and Misunderstood

Thu Sep 20th, 2012

Aaron Brown

False etymologies and sloppy use can lead to errors. An essay on the meandering path of the word "quant" from 1896 to the present.

'The Missing Risk Premium': A Book That Will Change the Way You Think About Trading

Mon Sep 10th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Over the last 60 years, the concept of risk premium has embedded itse

'The Missing Risk Premium': A Book That Will Change the Way You Think About Trading

Mon Sep 10th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Eric G. Falkenstein argues that there is no risk premium and there never was, so conventional investing advice is deeply misguided.
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