February 12, 2022

Adjustments in dynamic hedging do not alter the expected return; they simply reduce the short-term effects of good and bad luck

This is one of the many thoughts I post on Twitter on daily basis. They span many disciplines, including art, artificial intelligence, automation, behavioral economics, cloud computing, cognitive psychology, enterprise management, finance, leadership, marketing, neuroscience, startups, and venture capital.

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