Subscribe to Trend Following Radio on iTunes Michael Covel interviews Neil Pasricha. Neil is author of the New York Times best seller, “The Happiness Equation.” He is also author of the popular blog, “1,000 Awesome Things.” Neil brings great insights…
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Curious how to win the lottery? Seven time lottery winner, Richard Lustig, shares: Saturday’s Powerball drawing is a staggering $320 million. With such an enormous sum at stake, who better to turn to then Richard Lustig — seven-time lottery grand…
Consider (source) an excerpt: Why is the EMF theory so widely advocated? Academics love EMH because they can claim that they have mathematics-based formulas which can predict the future even though the underlying assumptions (borrowed from physics) are provably false.…
Synopsis: Michael Covel sometimes feels like he’s floating above and looking down like the protagonist in David Bowie’s “Space Oddity“. In today’s episode Covel closes this alienating gap with his explanation of the “lottery society“: The idea that you don’t…
The lottery has long been a debate of mine. From Texas press: An excerpt from my film Broke: Dan Gilbert opines: “Forgive me, for those of you who play the lottery — but economists, at least among themselves, refer to…
Excerpt from Broke: The New American Dream.
Isn’t this excerpt from my film Broke appropriate? Which brings me to this newspaper clipping forwarded along: Shout to Alastair Murray for the find.