Peanut butter (or why to expect the improbable)
Would you rather give up your favourite food for the rest of your life or wake up every day with a 5% chance of being completely covered in peanut butter?
Are all New Zealanders male and vegetarian?
In our experience, it is useful to have a checklist to question the validity of statistics. We find checklists to be powerful tools in our research process—especially in our forensic accounting and risk work—and they are no less potent here.
Galapagos Island risk
Complacency is often overcome, not by desire, but by necessity. In the case of business, a little competition is often exactly what we need to encourage improvement.
Keeping your fixed-income fire extinguisher within reach
Bonds are boring. They’re supposed to be.
CURRENCY WARS: The empire strikes back?
Investors would do well to ensure their portfolios are built to be resilient no matter what unfolds in China.
The unfathomable is not impossible
When we open our minds to a wide set of possibilities—including ideas that initially seem impossible—we make it easier to put the odds in our favour over time.
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