Category Archives: Predictive Modeling

Not the robots are coming for your jobs but the capitalists (but what else is new?)

The Economist posted a piece called “The future of jobs: The onrushing wave”, and Naked Capitalism cross-posted a comment from MacroBusiness – uncommented. Which is a shame because coming from The Economist, the original piece is expectedly bullshitty. The main … Continue reading

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Random Walk of the Markets

The Guardian has a cute yet informative article up, reporting on a stock market game competition between investment “experts”, finance students, and a cat, names “Orlando”: By the end of September the professionals had generated £497 of profit compared with … Continue reading

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