Daily Archives: June 2, 2015

Splitting The Difference

We investors are a funny bunch.  We’re quick to find narratives and data that support our thesis, and ignore all else to the contrary. Or we’ll see the data, and thanks to our incredible overconfidence, simply state that the data may apply to the aggregate, but it certainly doesn’t apply to us. If 98% of […]

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