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Chances are that ‘low probability’ is not ‘no probability’

Chances are that ‘low probability’ is not ‘no probability’

In this column published in the Herald Sun, Andrew uses recent political events to explain the natural tendency for human beings to try to forecast what will happen, while a risk manager will think about what could happen. Read here.

Andrew Macken is a Portfolio Manager at Montgomery Global Investment Management. Andrew joined Montgomery in March 2014 after spending four years as a Research Analyst under Jim Chanos at Kynikos Associates in New York.

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