The wisdom of experience from Howard Marks Investing without People
Lessons from Cliff Asness by Tren Griffin
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Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction by Philip E. Tetlock
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Reflections on the Mega Millions Lottery: Can a Lottery Ticket with Great Odds Still be a Bad Bet?
Expected Value versus Expected Utility function??? not accounting for behavioural loss bias still?
...Expected Utility puts weights on the almost-certain loss versus the almost-impossible huge gain in a way that is both intuitively appealing (to us, at least) and theoretically sound