What do the stock market and the weather have in common? Neither can be predicted with any accuracy. So how should investors handle the uncertainty?
In his book The Fortune Sellers, author William Sherden, an international business consultant, examines the business of predicting the future. He covers meteorology, economics, investments, demography, and several other areas. In no case does he find any ability to foresee the future, the world is simply too complex and chaotic.