Black Boxes, Predictions and Kindred Spirits
Back to a short week with our gluten-free morning train reads:
- Inside a Moneymaking Machine Like No Other: Medallion quant fund at Renaissance Technologies is the blackest box in all of finance (Bloomberg)
- How to Get Better Prices on Amazon Automatically (Medium)
- Sustainable Sources of Competitive Advantage (Collaborative Fund)
- The Perennial Obsession With Constantly Predicting Recessions (Capital Spectator)
- Eichengreen: Globalization’s Last Gasp? (Project Syndicate)
- Even Trump Is a Keynesian (Bloomberg View)
- Frozen Accidents: Why the Future Is So Unpredictable (Farnam Street)
- Facebook and the manufacture of consent (FT Alphaville)
- In Jared Kushner, Trump finds a kindred spirit (Politico)
- Miniature Space Telescope Could Boost the Hunt for “Earth Proxima” (Scientific American); see also Dark Matter and Dark Energy (NeuroLogica)
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