Calculated Risk

Calculated Risk is a finance and economics blog. It was started in early 2005 by former technology executive Bill McBride (pseudonym Calculated Risk), with frequent posts by Doris Dungey (under the pseudonym Tanta) until her death on November 30, 2008 from ovarian cancer. As an early predictor of the United States housing bubble, Calculated Risk developed a "cult following" and influence over US fiscal policy. In January 2009, it received approximately 75,000 page views a day, and was the top economics blog by traffic statistics.

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... huge build-up in the Navy sphereheaded by Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz with his Riskflotte (Risk Fleet) concept of creating a sufficiently powerful fleet that Britain could never risk war with, had the ... leading British leaders to conclude that they could never risk a war with Germany, and therefore must ally themselves with the Reich, the build-up in German naval power led to ... believed that what had happened in 1914 was a "calculated risk" on the part of the Imperial German government that had gone horribly wrong ...
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... Calculated Risk is a finance and economics blog ... It was started in early 2005 by former technology executive Bill McBride (pseudonym Calculated Risk), with frequent posts by Doris Dungey (under the pseudonym Tanta) until her death on ... predictor of the United States housing bubble, Calculated Risk developed a "cult following" and influence over US fiscal policy ...

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