Although lengthy to get to a simple point, its a really important read. Essentially, none of us are prophets so we're going to get some things wrong some of the time - at best.Published 8 hours ago by Dr Anthony Sive
Interesting stories, entertaining. Only scratches a small surface on how to forecast. A lot of noise, few signals.Published 15 days ago by Fernando Guajardo
For those of us who constantly create, use and depend on forecasting, this is a must readPublished 17 days ago by Douglas R Luckett
The no-nonsense approach of this book is refreshing. When several disciplines are pushing the "biggest, latest, shiniest", Nate's view of probability and prediction comes... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jaime Alvarez Gerding
Excellent book! This book is very good at defining statistics and how to identify signals in a world of un-editied information.Published 21 days ago by Jay Schwartz
This explains a lot. It kinda shows we don't begin to know as much as we think we do.Published 21 days ago by Daniel B.
I had to read this for grad school and I actually enjoyed reading it. I thought it was easy to follow and liked that the author used a wide variety of examples from politics,... Read morePublished 22 days ago by JAK1984
This was a great book to enjoy and respect. So many great tips and reality checks. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in business or politics.Published 22 days ago by Robert Kirk