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A classic volume about value investing Ask Warren Buffet, one of the great financial investors in the world, what book a newcomer in the stock market should read. Then, he will be sure to pick up this book, “The Intelligent...
Mystery behind Jim Simons’ successful quantitative investment Experts tend to talk about random walk theory and efficient market hypothesis to insist that technical analysis in the stock markets cannot be trusted. The former infers that the past movement of a stock...
The nation’s Buddhist treasures highlighted in English South Korea ‘s culture and heritage cannot be understood without Buddhism because out of 10 national treasures of South Korea, almost six are related to the religion. But foreigners have complained that the country...
“People should be indifferent to difference” In his magnum opus “The Open Society and its Enemies,” Austrian refugee philosopher Karl Popper lashed out at totalitarianism while supporting openness and piecemeal development. Sociologist Richard Sennett applies the principles to social ties in...
Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People’s Economy This is the first of a three-part series, which highlights Modern Monetary Theory and the South Korean policies. _ ED. If unemployment goes down, the price level goes up and vice...
Prof. Behe delves into Darwinism If science ended the creation-evolution debate in the latter’s favor once and for all, then why do authors like Richard Dawkins keep writing books attacking creationism, and why do they sell quite well? Some would say...
Demand for Korean-language books exploding The popularity of K-pop superstar BTS and South Korea’s Netflix series Squid Game have led to the rocketing sales of Korean-language books, according to Korea’s largest bookstore chain Kyobo on March 19. The Seoul-based outfit said...
“China and Japan” has some mistakes on Korean history American sociologist Ezra Vogel, who passed away in late 2020, was one of the most respected experts in East Asian affairs, including those of China, Japan, and Korea. In the prolific writer’s...
Are Koreans bizarre people? In the 2018 book titled “Rule Makers, Rule Breakers,” cultural psychologist Michele Gelfand tried to show the difference between countries is derived from how tightly or loosely they adhere to social norms. Under the tight-loose perspective, the...
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