"I think economists as a rule—and it is not personal to him—take for granted they know a lot of things. If they really knew so much, they would have all of the money, and we would have none."
-Bernard Baruch, 1955
Commentaire sur les marchés, l'économie, l'entraînement, la nutrition, et tout ce qui attire mon attention. 'The Growth of Knowledge depends entirely upon disagreement.' - Karl Popper (1902-1994)