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This book is the epitome of self-aggrandizement. The author dismisses entire professions, e.g., philosophy professors and most academics in general, arguing that no patterns in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ben
Taleb provides us with a very interesting book that is perhaps more interesting than useful. His main argument is pretty well known - infrequent, high impact events determine much... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Rodge
Great insight on human and social behavior regarding risk. A support of the intuitive and empiricall approach over te pseudo certainty of some science, math and financial... Read morePublished 20 months ago by ALEXANDRE RENAUD
For anyone who feels that he can predict the future, this will completely disabuse him of it. The message is important for any active investor.Published 23 months ago by Peter James Perry
Too much philosophical mumbo jumbo. Will put you to sleep. Look for more skillful authors who can carry a story. Distinct lack of any useful finance content.Published 24 months ago by Paul Dickin
I have tried to read this a few times but have given up each time. The theme of the book is interesting, but the author's arrogance comes across so strongly that I just could not... Read morePublished on June 8 2013 by ackman