Capitalism is non-coercive

I came across this op-ed in today’s Business Day so fraught with fallacy it’s frightening. It serves as a great base from which to discuss how to fundamentally not think about capitalism. It is always interesting to learn from others’ stupidity, as no doubt, many have learned from my own. The article relates to Brait’s […]

But is it priced in correctly?

This piece on the efficient market hypothesis (EMH) by Nick Carter that explains the hypothesis as well as anyone I’ve come across. I agree with everything Nick says up to the point where applies the model (as he rightly describes it) to the question of whether or not the halving of bitcoin supply has been […]

His name is Robert Paulson

“Airplanes won’t work because they can only fly for 40 feet.” – Every no-plainer in 1903 Every “debate” between a nocoiner and bitcoiner I have seen or listened to to date have been fundamentally boring and uninformative, to me at least. The reason for this, in my opinion, is simple: these debates are being held […]

Bottoms up…

With the list of countries up in revolt and protest growing almost by the day, asking yourself why this is suddenly happening is probably a good question. In 2019 alone, countries like France, Hong Kong, Spain, Bolivia, Lebanon, and Chile have experienced mass protest. Is this simply a coincidence or is it a result of […]

SAA and the mob bosses…

Watching the developments of this with a keen eye as the mob bosses controlling South Africa fight it out. One gets the feeling that one of them doesn’t care that much about the fate of South Africa and the other REALLY doesn’t care about South Africa at all. Usually when two elephants fight it’s the […]

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