What is bad or the one is often good for the many

“Figure 1- More Gain than Pain from a Random Event. The performance curves outward, hence looks “convex”. Anywhere where such asymmetry prevails, we can call it convex, otherwise we are in a concave position. The implication is that you are harmed much less by an error (or a variation) than you can b…” via IFTTT from http://amzn.com/k/6YNjivxhQOuuLGJnxsLzSg


Author: Ron Joads

On a quest to help people do what's best blah blah blah yup yup yup

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