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The Oversimplification Of “Keep It Simple” Has Produced Investment Simpletons

Photo by H. Armstrong Roberts/ClassicStock/Getty Images Investing was once enjoyable – a complicated psychological, logical and emotional problem that pitted buyers in opposition to “the market” and its collective beliefs, expertise and knowledge. Now, we’re in a brand new age – one the place simple-minded drivel accompanies dramatic assertions. For …

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Trump just decided to move forward with a trade deal with Mexico, cutting out Canada for now. Here’s what happens next.

Reuters/Carlos Barria Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (R) is greeted by U.S. President Donald Trump prior to holding talks on the White House in Washington, U.S., February 13, 2017. President Donald Trump notified Congress that the administration plans to enter a new bilateral trade deal with Mexico, beginning an official …

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This 16-year-old invented a robot that can help scientists keep trees and forests healthy

ITMO UniversityLeft to proper: Maksim Mikhailov and his crew: Daniil Nechaev, Igor Lositsky and Gleb Zagarskikh, as they settle for the gold medal on the 2017 World Robot Olympiad. After listening to a radio program describe the labor-intensive work of forest pathologists – principally, tree docs – Maksim Mikhailov had …

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