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In this paper the author presents a simple model through which the author examines how large unwanted outcomes in a process subject to one's decisions can be avoided. The paper has implications for decision makers in the field of economics, financial markets and also everyday life. Probably the most interesting conclusion is that, in certain problems, in order to avoid large unwanted outcomes one, regularly and intentionally, has to make decisions that are not optimal according to his/her existing preference.
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