Sometimes, the most memorable things experienced during university didn’t seem important at the time. Maybe some of you had a statistics class where the teacher demonstrated “the birthday problem.” In a class of 40 students, there’s an 89% chance two people have the same birthday. Doesn’t seem intuitive, but there’s a mathematical explanation for it. […]
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Take your life savings, invest it all in a single momentum stock, then sit back and see how easy it is to go about your normal life. See if you can go one single day without checking the price of your treasured stock. That emotional roller coaster epitomizes what it’s like to be a retail […]
Ever since Tim Ferris made the broader public aware of the “4-Hour Workweek,” people have been dreaming about how they might be able to get rich by working half as much as they do now. That makes about as much sense as it sounds. There are plenty of digital nomads out there who promise they’ll show […]
We have a lot of fun writing articles here at Nanalyze, and it shows in the quality of our content which our lovely readers consume and share across the globe. Sure, we do piss a few people off occasionally when we use cultural stereotypes in a humorous manner, but the people who complain about it […]
A meritocracy is all about rewarding people on the basis of their abilities. This almost always turns out to be those people who work harder and take bigger risks. It’s what has made our present day society so great. Everything you see around you today is the result of a meritocracy that rewards those people who work […]
Many people seem to be getting all excited about ICOs because they will “fix the broken venture capital model”. It’s as if all the amazing technological innovations around us are somehow lacking and if we could only democratize the flow of money to startups, that would somehow result in an even faster pace of innovation. That’s a […]
In a recent article, we talked about how the term “asset class” refers to a category of investments like stocks, bonds, or real estate. While these examples represent popular asset classes, some are not so mainstream. Art, wine, and timber could all be considered asset classes, each with their own historical performance and varied reactions […]