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Doing Nothing


Doing Nothing

Letter No. 130


Often, the gap between what is said and what is understood can be substantial. Hippocrates’ dictum, “First, do no harm,” has often been interpreted to mean avoiding risk at all costs. However, risk should not be avoided; it should be understood, analyzed, and managed. In today’s Economic Times article, we explore how Dr. Peter Attia addresses risk in his book Outlive. Additionally, we examine various election-related (some statistics to better understand it) and sector-specific policy risks.


Discover some fascinating statistics in the article here:


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