In game theory, there are two types of games, finite and infinite.
||Known and Unknown
||Perpetuate the Game
When you pit a finite player vs. a finite player, the system is stable.
When you pit an infinite player vs. an infinite player, the system is stable.
In an infinite game, there are no winners and losers. Because there are no winners or losers, the only thing a player can do is drop out, when he or she no longer has resources or the will to play.
Problems arise when you pit a finite player vs. an infinite player. The finite player gets caught in quagmire.
This happens in business all the time.
The game of business is an infinite game. The concept of business has lasted longer than every single business that exists right now.
The funny thing about business is the number of companies that are playing finite games. They are playing to win, to be the best, to beat the quarter, or the year. And they are always frustrated by that company that has an amazing vision. Over the long term, the infinite player will always win…
This is what happened to the United States in Vietnam.
Learn more by listening to the Simon Sinek video below….
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Congratulations, and welcome to Stock Technical Analysis in Python!
You have taken your first step towards making smarter, more disciplined trading decisions.
Before diving in, let’s make sure you have everything you may need.
We recommend downloading Anaconda 4.4.0, with Python 2.7.
Pandas, Numpy, and MatPlotLib
Anaconda comes pre-loaded with the three modules you will use throughout the course.
You will backtest your strategy using the Quantopian platform.-
StockCharts, Investopedia, and Google Finance
StockCharts, Investopedia, and Google Finance are great resources for financial knowledge.
Stack Overflow is a great resource for coding questions.-
You are now ready to dive in!
Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are
In Everybody Lies, Seth Stephens-Davidowitz illustrates that people hide their embarrassing thoughts from other people but not from the internet, which provides anonymity. Websites like Google function as a digital truth serum. Data allow us to see what people really want and really do, not what they say they want and say they do.
In other words, people can claim they’re furious, they can decry something as distasteful and yet they will still click.
Breaking Through Gridlock: The Power of Conversation in a Polarized World
In Breaking Through Gridlock, Jason Jay and Gabriel Grant remind us that macro change begins with conversation. This is a timely, refreshing, and, most importantly, helpful toolkit for navigating polarization.