Monthly Archives: June 2012

Behavioral Finance 101

Tweet Behavioral finance sounds like a laborious upper level college course required for financial geeks, like myself. But, behavioral finance (at least my definition) is actually one of the top driving forces behind the successes or failures in our personal financial lives. Investopedia’s definition of behavioral finance: a field of finance that proposes psychology-based theories to explain stock market anomalies. My definition … Continue reading

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The Best Version of You, Financially

Tweet I love taking time to read in the summer as the pace of life seems to slow a bit. I recently stumbled across the following excerpt from Matthew Kelly’s book, The Rhythm of Life: “Pablo Picasso was walking down the street in Paris one day when a woman recognized him and approached him. After introducing herself and praising his work, she … Continue reading

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