Glass Oracles: The Art and Danger of Prediction (Part 2)

“Francus says” — quoting my Twitter

It’s been a week. I got quoted in Bloomberg again for some reason, talking about meme stocks again.

As I discussed in my previous post, the art of prediction is a dangerous game. It’s quite easy to fall prey to biases, especially given the natural optimism of humans and desire for explanation of pure randomness.




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