no gradient retracks

no gradient holds itself accountable with the predictions scorecard and holds others accountable with no gradient tracks. To further accountability, no gradient retracks will track its articles that no longer represent the beliefs of this publication or have not stood the test of time. Any article linked below will have counter arguments appended that explain why this publication has decided to retrack it.

Before 2030 a financial services company in the United States with >$1 trillion in assets under management will offer consumers a financial instrument giving them broad exposure to the cryptocurrency market.

predictions scorecard

no gradient makes falsifiable predictions because it forces this publication to take a stand rather than hide behind vagueness or platitudes. Not only do predictions make it easy to track how accurate a worldview is over time. It also gives an extremely potent dose of what the worldview actually is. It is the belief of this publication that public discourse would be far better served if more publications and public figures made falsifiable predictions and then tracked the accuracy of those predictions.