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Jeremy Corbyn: My Part In His Ascent

6th July 2017 Paul 0

First, disclosure: I am rather right wing, from the school of “take some of my income in taxes but otherwise leave me alone, please.” And as a general rule I believe that the Conservatives are the […]

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Ed Thorp: A Man For All Markets

21st March 2017 Paul 0

The book we’ve been waiting for, the full story of Ed Thorp’s career in mathematics, science, gambling, and finance. An inspiration for us mortals. From Amazon: The incredible true story of the card-counting mathematics professor […]

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Mark Carney To Join Strictly Come Dancing

12th October 2016 Paul 0

Will Young leaving “Strictly Come Dancing” early has left a vacancy. We can report that Mark Carney is in line to be his replacement. The clues were all there. Was Mervyn King ever seen at a […]

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At Last: Education, Education, Education

12th September 2016 Paul 0

Theresa May wants to bring back grammar schools. According to one poll 60% of the British public agree with this idea. If I’d been asked I would have been one of them. This idea, incidentally, […]

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“Algo My Way, You Go Your Way”

7th September 2016 Paul 0

My upcoming talk at the Quant Insights conference, 14th October, London, will be “Algo My Way, You Go Your Way – Four Decades in Business.” More details about this conference can be found here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/quant-insights-conference-tickets-26514482531. Four […]

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