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I think this book is very well written and it was easy to read and understand.
I commend Taleb on another book well written, and I recommend Antifragile along with Fooled by Randomness and The Black Swan.
It takes a while to read this work as most people will want to take time to absorb as much as possible.
The message of the book was already clear in the first chapter, and a very interesting one.
The rest of the book seems to be rewriting the proof of the argument over and over... Read more
Impermanence. emptiness. this is a practical book on the essence of understanding how to apply these age-old concepts. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Shankar Hemmady
This is one of the most important books I've ever read. Nassim Taleb is a brilliant economist, deserving of a Nobel Prize, IMHO. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Rashid Osmani
I had high hopes for this book, Taleb is supposed to be a genius. And he probably is, but this book is not.
In roughly 8000 Kindle pages, he only introduces a few ideas. Read more
A lot of good thoughts in there. But it will not necessary solve all your problems. Or if you think you don't have them, you will find out that you are likely wrong. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Sergey Starodubtsev
Second reading of this book. What Taleb suggests with all good books.Published 14 days ago by Jason Gansauer
I read Taleb's two other books and after reading both I let his tone/attitude cloud my judgement of his work. Read morePublished 14 days ago by MFAnalystPro