In this interview, I highlight how the coronavirus has issued a stern warning we must remodel our financial systems after nature's principles, so as to improve human adaptability to nature's entropy.
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The evolutionary need for adaptability must change the systems of policy, capital, and innovation that currently hold humanity hostage.
President Trump and Joe Biden, in the run-up to the Presidential election, have staked out dueling positions on the climate, suggesting voters to either care (the democratic stance, pretending to know) or not care (republican stance, oblivious to nature's evolution) about our environment. Both are wrong.
I cannot stress enough the importance of the proper pedigree in government, for, in the words of Albert Einstein, the theory you are responsible for developing, determines what humanity can discover. A trust that should be earned not given.
Groundbreaking entrepreneurs are the life-blood of this country and we better start treating them with the care and attention they deserve. We need to lift the weight of their dysfunctional arbitrage off their shoulders if we want to remain on the leading edge of innovation.
Katy Perry for President, was my first thought when I heard the celebrity singer in an interview with Howard Stern demand a reprioritization of life around the principles of nature. Let me explain how. Go, Katy! You already look much better than Kanye West!
Facebook is like an infant with parents strung out on drugs, the child sadly left to its own devices. Courtesy of freedom detached from paradoxical rules, the epitome of unfreedom. I blame the child's parents, mostly, as in all cases where the parents are not keeping a watchful eye over the children they proclaim to love so much. Oh, how I have seen this scenario unfold before.
Is Jack Ma Correct That America Squandered The Wealth It Gained In The Last 30 Years And Blames It On Globalization And Trade?
We and the world have higher-order problems we must solve and not diffuse by a rat-race for money.
Economists, like Larry Summers, have a tendency to make shit up after a threat appeared unexpectedly in their rear-view mirror, for their modus-operandi is to deploy an extrapolation of hindsight sold as foresight to break the norm. Be forewarned, as an expert on ill-conceived consequences is merely a rebel without a cause.
As I explain in The Evolution of Evolution, when humanity merely evolves downstream, from an existing normalization of truth, get ready for infinite regression. That is my stern warning to Dutch funds, APG and PGGM, promoting an AI-driven investment platform for asset-owners.
Something else is needed indeed, a unique investment thesis that makes your arbitrage as different as the families you represent. Dare to be different, or go home.
Since the possibility of news is big business, I hereby launch my own.
We must assign wealth to new humanitarian values.
Oh, the confounding of consequence and cause runs deep and wide.
Are There Any Real, Objective Grounds For The Belief That Economies Will Eventually Rebound To Former Levels Of Growth?
To revel in mere financial growth is a testament of the depraved.
Free-markets are only feasible when the need for personal freedom is paired with the need for collective freedom to protect the trust in the marketplace.
Moot is comparing what is not with justifiable irreverence.
Yes, unless we come to our senses and redefine the kind of freedom to which both capitalism and our democracy aught to be subjugated. Our democracy is already tarnished by our flawed implementation of capitalism.
No, unless success is defined by a Bronze Age vile maxim.
As different as foresight and hindsight are. Same asset-management bucket, completely different risk profiles, and then some.
Why Aren’t There Investors For Startups Whose Market Is Latin America? Silicon Valley VCs And Angels Look Like They Run Away From It.
Risk organically adjusted to reality.
Are There Any Venture Capitalists Or Types Of Investors Who Throw Some Money At Ideas, To Get The Ball Rolling?
There are plenty of investors who do not wonder why humanity cannot outlive a fly.
Oh please. Take your money and invest it where you believe a hedge of a hedge matches your appetite for risk.
I lay out three rules consumer technology companies must adhere to in order to succeed. I should know, I ran a few.