Category Archives: Predictions 2014

Vindication …

With due respect, but vindication is a beautiful thing… As I had delivered a lecture over five years on all the places that risk management of the Basel II/II style, using quants and all to model (an übercomplex combination of … Continue reading

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TLD: Shoo! Shoo!

Awwww was reminded today that the fallacy of Three Lines of “Defence” is a stubborn one. Debunked by a great many, among others on this blog over a year+ ago, but still much too much alive. So let me remind … Continue reading

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Postdictions 2014-IV and Final

A progress report on the Predictions 2014 I made in several posts here, at the end of the year. So, going for final verdicts. And quite a score and end result… I gathered some evidence, but probably you have much … Continue reading

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Repeat: The Top 2000 or 2214 of 2014

[After apparently, some at @Top2000nl / @NPORadio2 decided that #Top2000 entries and votes were valid until yesterday this repost was in order – but the below had been out there, of course, as the definitive results already a month ago…] … Continue reading

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Clustering the future

Was clustering my themes for the future of this blog. Came up with: [Sizes, colours, or text sizes not very reflective of the attention the various subjects will get] Low sophistication tool, eh? Never mind. Do mind, to comment. On … Continue reading

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Top 2000 or 2214 of 2014

OK … There it is: The definitive this year’s Top 2000. Without argument or doubt, herewith… First, downloadable in plain Excel, for your own tinker and play, in this file; checked and clean (no subversive content). Next, a few little … Continue reading

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It Happens

It starts with Taoism. But I recognize bureaucracy, software development and economics. In: Taoism Sh.t happens Confucianism Confucius say: “Sh.t happens” Buddism If sh.t happens, it is not really sh.t Zen What is the sound of sh.t happening? Hinduism This … Continue reading

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