Mar 2, 2016
In life it's the Dogs that Don't Bark are the ones that bite you on the rear. The financial bust of 2008-09 is a perfect example. It was obvious and yet it was almost universally unseen. It was right under everyone's nose and yet it was virtually universally ignored. The obvious is always the least suspicious. Jason calls it absence blindness. And he has a strategy for avoiding it and saving yourself when everyone else is getting creamed.