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News: HFTs: dividing opinions
32 days ago - Trading & Technology - Financial News Online
The benefits and impact of high-frequency trading are issues that are known to divide opinion. FN talks to representatives from different sectors to get their views
News: Navigating the Data Snooping Icebergs [PREMIUM]
36 days ago - CXO Advisory
Iterative testing of strategies on a set of data introduces snooping bias, such that a winning (losing) strategy is to some degree lucky (unlucky). Sharing of strategies acros...
News: Ten political assumptions
38 days ago - Stumbling and Mumbling
A commenter on a previous post suggested I compile a list of "10 lazy assumptions that are part of the mainstream political consensus." Although the point of being a...
News: A journalistic revolution
49 days ago - The Great Debate
Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who revealed National Security Agency surveillance leaks from former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, dueled this week with former New ...
News: Is the ‘Dumb Jock’ Really a Nerd?
49 days ago - Opinionator
In a seminal brain study, a cultural bias that separates knowledge and physical skill skewed interpretation of the results. Philosophy can help overcome that bias.
News: Jobs and investment under threat from PM rhetoric
57 days ago - edie.net - Climate Change and Energy Latest News
Environmental groups have rounded on the Prime Minister following his comments on green energy schemes in parliament today.
News: Our Glassy Essence
60 days ago - The Epicurean Dealmaker
Richard Diebenkorn, Knife and Glass, 1963 But man, proud man, Drest in a little brief authority, Most ignorant of what he’s most assured, His glassy essence, like an angry...
News: Some paradoxes of democracy
64 days ago - Stumbling and Mumbling
Nick Cohen raises some deep paradoxes about our modern political culture. He notes, rightly, that public opinion is wrong on many points, and says: Everyone from money-grubbi...
News: Hopefully This Is Wrong
64 days ago - Random Roger
Barry Ritholtz posted an essay from Ed Easterling of Crestmont Research that argues that the secular bar market has only just begin.The PE ratio cited is the CAPE version whic...
65 days ago - Random Roger
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