Gartner Hype Cycles: All Aboard
Coined by the American technology research firm of the same name, the Gartner hype cycle is an attempt to capture
Monetary Premium: Cash is Trash
When Ray Dalio uttered the words "Cash is trash!" on CNBC in early 2020, he seemingly broke the fourth wall.
Winner-Take-All: No Time For Losers
The largest and most valuable network in the world is that of money.
And there will be only one.
Counterparty Risk: Bear in Mind
Counterparty risk is the likelihood of a party defaulting on its obligation in a transaction.
Time Preference: Hard Money for Hard Times
Every decision is made with a time horizon in mind. What to eat for lunch? Where to build a business? Who to marry? The same is true for how we choose to save .
Amara's Law: Great Expectations
When a disruptive innovations is first introduced we tend to get wildly excited about it potential applications. Our expectations get ahead of reality and we become underwhelmed by technological progress. But eventually this dynamic flips. Enabling technologies begin to advance at an exponential rat
Announcing my new book- Bitcoin: Essential Concepts
Today I'm thrilled to announce that I've finished my new book- Bitcoin: Essential Concepts . It will be released on October 4th.
Unit Bias: One Hundred Million Reasons
Unit bias is faulty reasoning that assumes a single unit must be the appropriate amount from which to make assessments and comparisons.
The Ansoff Matrix: A Growing Share of a Growing Pie
A Lesson in Strategic Growth: Coachella There are few industries as challenging and competitive as the music festival industry. Spend an entire year planning, booking, and advertising for a single weekend to ultimately determine your financial fate. Even in the cut-throat restaurant industry, a new
Feedback Loops: Tell Me Why
When a system reacts to its environment and the resultant output gets re-incorporated as an input, a feedback loop is