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Myths and legends of the market

The JC’s guide to the foundational mythology of the markets.™

The very best bit of the Dewey decimal system.

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Mysteries and the unexplained[1] in the Dewey decimal system. This is where you will find Charles Berlitz’ classic bonkers monograph The Bermuda Triangle — hey: don’t knock it — along with all these other fabulous books — Erich von Däniken, Whitley Streiber, J. Allen Hynek, the Loch Ness Monster, Big Foot, Spring-Heeled Jack; all that good shit — for ten year-old boys.

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  1. More prosaically, “unconfirmed knowledge”, which is really a kind way of saying “speculation”, which in turn is itself really only a kind way of saying “paranoid conspiracy theories, fake news, alternative facts and other kinds of hogwash calculated to appeal to the impressionable minds of ten-year-old boys. And members of the internet”.