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>>30412287
>it will lose money until it doesnt
so you're basically betting on low probability high impact events

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>>30364788
>we only need to be right once

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If Nassim Nicholas Taleb had ETFs I'd go all in.

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I'm sure most of you are familiar with Nassim Taleb's book on Black Swans, comes from far left of tail of distribution, They are major impacts that are a surprise to everyone, cause more of an effect than things with a normal distribution, and are rationalized by hindsight.

Would UBI result in an antifragile environment?

Would the disorder from giving a bunch of people money result in unplanned disruptors having a positive effect while 90% of the UBI recipients just stay at home and smoke pot?
Or, would it be just as likely to cause positive disruptions as negative ones?



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