(Request) Pernalonga - Di Melo

2021.12.01 21:11 mangoovision (Request) Pernalonga - Di Melo

Good morning ! This brazilian song is funky as hell and I would LOVE to be able to learn it on my bass guitar.
A request for bass tabs or someone to point me in the direction of where I could find it, please and thank you!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECzlmXlM6jo
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2021.12.01 21:11 arash_param Risk, uncertainty and investing

Hey team,
I recently have been thinking a lot about risk, decision-making and how it relates to investing. One of the best and most compelling arguments for being a ETF / Index Fund focused is the risk and false confidence often associated with concentrated bets.
I wrote down some of my thoughts and wanted to share with you all for feedback and reactions. Would love to see what you think and how this approach to risk and uncertainty impacts your investing.
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Professor Elroy Dimson from the London Business School wrote the best definition of risk I have been:
β€œRisk means more things can happen than will happen”.
This quote captures the essence of risk because it highlights that risk only exists in the future. The source of risk is uncertainty in the future and the outcome of our decisions. If the future was knowable or predictable, then risk wouldn’t exist.
The Future Is Unknown There are people who have strong conviction in our ability to predict the future. They point to the plethora of data we have, our ability to extrapolate from the past and use sophisticated models and computers to arrive at predictions. But I disagree – the future isn’t knowable.
The future is too complex for us to accurately predict. It is influenced by thousands of factors, such as the psyches of other humans, government policy, nature and weather, and randomness. Many of these factors we don’t fully understand, and some we might not even be aware of (these are called unknown unknows). The cause and effect relationships between these factors is far too weak for us to draw meaningful conclusions from.
Let’s look at one of the most common predictions as an example: economic forecasts of the U.S. Think about all the questions that surround this one prediction.

The point is that no one can balance all these factors to reach an accurate prediction. Given the near-infinite number of variables that influence the future, the weakness of the linkages and the presence of randomness, it is my belief that the future cannot be predicted. Uncertainty still exists, and with it risk.
Risk & Uncertainty After The Fact The most common way people try to understand the risk of their decisions is to look at the risk of past decisions. There is an innate sense that we can conquer and control risk by examining the past, searching for cause and effect relationships, spotting patterns of outcomes and drawing conclusions. However, risk can’t be determined even after the fact.
Why?
Because even after the fact, the connection between contributing influences and outcomes for complex decisions are far too imprecise and variable for the results to be dependable. Let’s look at an example.
Alexander the Great conquered much of his known world. He mapped out his battle strategy and it succeeded under the circumstances that presented themselves. He conquered parts of northern Africa, and western Asia, creating one of the largest empires the world had seen. It is widely believed that he never lost a battle.
But, were his victories and the circumstances that produced them a matter of skill or luck? Did he prudently plan for these circumstances or overlook them and get lucky? Were the opposing generals more prudent, systematic, and wise but happened to get unlucky due to randomness and lost? Who deserves to be remembered: Alexander the Great or the hypothetical wiser general? What specific cause and effect relationships can we draw? How confident are we in these conclusions?
While we can speculate about Alexander the Great’s skills as a general, some things in life are too complex for us to fully understand, and our degree of confidence in the cause and effect relationship is too low. Many things in life fall under this category: public policy outcomes, investments, economic growth, relationships, the success of a start-up, etc. There are too many variables for us to draw instructive cause and effect relationships from. The result is impacted by too many things outside of our control. The weakness of the connection between cause and effect makes the outcome uncertain and that uncertainty is the source of risk.
The point is that we can form expectations based on what has happened in the past, but we must take the events of the past with a grain of salt. While the past is not ambiguous, the definiteness of the past does not mean the process that created those outcomes is clear or dependable. Many things could have happened, and the fact that one did does not signal a lack of possible alternative outcomes. In other words, the history that occurred is only one that could have been. If you believe this, then the significance of history as a mechanism to understand and predict the future is limited. Peter Bernstein summarized it best with the following quote:
β€œWe like to rely on history to justify our forecasts of the long run, but history tells us over and over again that the unexpected and the unthinkable are the norm, not an anomaly. That is the real lesson of history.”
Regards,
Arash Param
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