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We Live In an Irrational World

I like to think I’m rational. To a degree, I am; to a larger degree, I’m not. Neither is anyone else.

It took me a long time to realize this. 1,242 more words

Lessons Learned

Learning Everyday [2016/8/19]


  1. USC is really good at rallying up the students. Quite amazed by the school spirit. No wonder, we lead in alumni donation.
  2. Don’t be near USC during move-in week, it is supercrowded and blocked everywhere.
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My Life

The Fault in Ourselves

“The fault, dear investor, is not in our stars- and not in our stocks- but in ourselves…”

-Benjamin Graham

Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, Daniel Kahneman fascinatingly explains the fault that is in our intuition, biases, decision making, and sheds light to rationality. 1,474 more words


The Framed Mind

The way an information is presented or framed as a choice is some times more important than the content of it. Nobel Laureate and Psychologist, Daniel Kahneman calls it the ‘Framing Effect’. 303 more words

The Week 33 at Saifai

Knowing fully well that I would be a forced bachelor for next few months at least, I landed at Saifai, Etawah in the 1st week of Aug’16 as the Registrar of just notified U P University of Medical Sciences. 1,130 more words

The power of emotion

The emotion is experience

Imagine: Your product dominates your industry, though recently you’ve begun losing market share. The research looks scary: white-labeled A/B testing conclusively shows the competitor’s feature set beats you head-to-head. 28 more words

Behavioral Economics

Kahneman on Investors (2/2)

As more references to Kahneman’s work are coming up in the current sequence of new posts, it seemed worthwhile republishing another angle on his impressive work. 1,325 more words

Bahá'í Faith