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When faced with uncertainty, we tend to assign subjective probabilities to the likelihood of an outcome. We depend on some heuristic (short-cut) to assign these probabilities. While these heuristics may generally be useful, they lead to severe and systematic errors. For instance, the distance of an object is determined by how clearly it can be seen. Read More
The field of neuroscience is the study of what happens inside the human brain when we take investment decisions and how the brain, in turn reacts to these investment decisions. Read More
We looked at the Issue closely during its launch (03 Feb 2021 – 05 Feb 2021). Brookfield’s India journey is interesting Read More
When the markets were collapsing in September 2008, Warren Buffet was accumulating GE & Goldman Sachs. He kept putting it out to people that it was the right time to buy. Read More
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