The Paradox of Trust

“We have listened to the wisdom of an old Russian maxim, doveryai, no proveryai – trust, but verify.”   — Ronald Reagan Trust is the foundation of society. Without a basic level of trust regarding the intentions and expected behavior of other human beings, our modern civilization would very quickly disintegrate into total chaos. If you

Book Review: Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind

There are many aspects of life where the link between cause and effect is very clear.  Humans, as well as many other animals, quickly learn that taking a certain action invariably leads to a predictable and reliable result.  For example,

Book Review: Mastering the Market Cycle

“Imagine how much harder physics would be if electrons had feelings!” — Richard Feynman The goal of many websites is to create “evergreen” content — that is, content that stands the test of time and will prove to be relevant

Tax The Small Investor Behind The Tree

“Don’t tax you, don’t tax me, tax that fellow behind the tree!” — Senator Russell B. Long “No one should see how laws or sausages are made. To retain respect for sausages and laws, one must not watch them in the

Book Review: University of Berkshire Hathaway

“It can’t possibly be this easy!” A first time attendee of a Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting might find it hard to believe that there could be any skeptics in the crowd.  In contrast to the boring, useless, and perfunctory meetings

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