statistics for vBulletin
11:40 pm - Sunday September 22, 2019

Archive for the ‘Stress’ Tag

Stress Tests and Capital Adequacy Explained

Saturday, 25 April 2009, 4:08 | Management | 0 Comment
by Numan

The highly anticipated FED stress test results may very well serve as fuel for further gains or, more likely in my opinion, as a sought after excuse for turning the tide (in the short run). The idea of stress testing is an intuitive one. You test something to determine whether or not it is able […]

Read More »

Surprising (and Promising) Aspects of the Financial Crisis

Friday, 14 November 2008, 17:19 | Economics, Psychology | 0 Comment
by Numan

What do Playboy Playmates have to do with a very interesting article in the NY Times regarding the impact of financial crisis? Bloomberg reported yesterday that the number of visitors to the baseball hall of fame has reduced by 12%, on average. Fewer visitors and fewer donations find their way to the museum which is […]

Read More »

Building Character Through Long Distance Running

Thursday, 10 January 2008, 3:44 | Career, Psychology | 0 Comment
by Numan

I took part in a 10K race today (~6.25 miles). There is something powerful and motivating about running alongside several hundred other runners. I’ve been running long distances for 6 years now and I believe long distance running (or any endurance sport) are great character builders. Some argue this is a ‘what came first – ...

Read More »

How to Make the Most of an Out of Office Vacation

Thursday, 3 January 2008, 17:49 | Career, Management, Psychology | 0 Comment
by Numan

I’ve recently returned from a 5 day vacation out of office. Many of us are familiar with that stinging and painful sensation when you’re mobile phone rings with your boss calling right in the middle of an afternoon nap on the beach. The primary purpose of taking vacations is to have fun and unwind. Reducing […]

Read More »

Archives