Human Behavior

Ratio of Value to Fear

In investment management we often use information gleaned from ratios to try and establish (within the limits of probability) where we are in a given market cycle. Most of the time these ratios are financial in nature, comparing price to some other metric that, over long periods of time, should normalize around an average value.

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86 Years of Lies

Recently, Equius Partners published an interesting piece, which was picked up by The Big Picture.  I’ve posted it in it’s entirety below, but for the moment, we have a few issues that I need to get off our chest.

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Logical Fallacy Series: Strawman

We recently decided, on the basis of coming across these things all the time, to write a series of blog posts about logical fallacies.  Our hope is to give you the tools to recognize flawed arguments more quickly, before they lead to poor decisions.

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Baseball Umpires are Biased…and You Are, Too.

We recently came across an article that was written about baseball umpires.  It turns out that baseball umpires are biased…and you are, too.  We love the intersection of sports, investing and general statistics, and this was no exception.  Here are some examples:

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