Monthly Archives: October 2012

Having Fun with the Notion of Culture

A 2 October, 2012 national Post article by Dan Ovsey titled (Are ‘fat and happy’ Canadians too chicken to invest in growth and innovation?)¬†got me to think about the role of culture in promoting the predisposition to make chancy (“Because … Continue reading

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Uncertainty and Risk: No Safe Haven With the Safest of Decisions

In a recent CNN Money Blog by Walter Updegrave (Why there’s no such thing as risk-free investing) he explores how even the most conservative of investing strategies has risk associated with it. He makes the following points: all investing involves … Continue reading

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