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Taleb Says World Is More Fragile Today Than in 2007 | Bloomberg

Published on Oct 31, 2018 Nassim Nicholas Taleb, scientific advisor at Universa Investments, discusses the factors causing global fragility, hidden liabilities in global markets, and what he sees as safe trades in the current market. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker on “Bloomberg Markets.”

Nassim Nicholas Taleb Sees Worse Tail Risks Than in 2007 | Bloomberg

Nassim Nicholas Taleb Sees Worse Tail Risks Than in 2007 | Bloomberg “Trump Isn’t A Trainwreck” Nassim Taleb Destroys Media Narrative, Urges “Rational” Investors To Hedge | ZeroHedge  

Everyone Worries Too Much About ‘Black Swans’

Relax. They really are pretty rare. In other words, Taleb might be wrong — people might be overestimating, rather than underestimating, the risk of market crashes. Some recent survey evidence indicates that this might be true. William Goetzmann, Dasol Kim and the Nobel-winning economist Robert Shiller looked at 26 years of survey data, and found […]

Nasim Taleb on Syria, Market Regulation, Nasdaq | Bloomberg

Aug. 26 (Bloomberg) Nassim Nicholas Taleb, a New York University professor and author of “The Black Swan” and “Antifragile,” talks about the need for executives to be accountable and pay the price for poor decisions. Taleb, speaking with Tom Keene, Sara Eisen and Alix Steel on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance,” also discusses the conflict in Syria […]

‘Black Swan’ Author Says U.S. Should Have Broken Up Banks – Bloomberg

“An environment that doesn’t learn from mistakes is one that’s not very healthy,” Taleb said today in an interview with Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television. “We should have broken up the banks, we should be decentralizing. Instead the system is getting more centralized.”