In defense of the uncorrelated thinker

From Luca Dellana’s excellent newsletter:

Correlated behaviors are a form of systemic risk, and so are correlated beliefs. Something to keep in mind when praising the benefits of forcing the best upon everyone.

With all behaviors there is the risk that it may not produce the results you hoped for. Insurance against this is what your other behaviors are for. Obviously there is a boundary inside of which behaviors must be correlated. If you want to get a job today, your choice of attire (suit) is correlated with how you spent the last two…