For the hardest choices we make in life, our gut is not enough. We also need a chart with numbers in it.
People have lent money to family and friends since money was invented, and I have been doing it since I was a teenager. So why is the internet unanimous in saying that it's a terrible idea?
Putanumonit's simple and suboptimal guide to personal finance and investment.
An anecdote from investment banking shows how bad statistics hide in every industry, and what makes people learn to avoid them.
Using data analysis to decide what this post should be like (long and nerdy) and when to use p-values (never).
I calculate high-index roots in my head while waiting for a poke bowl.
Fighting the crusade against fake numbers, one utility van at a time.
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What makes people who hold an extreme opinion think that they represent the majority?
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