We’ve all done it – made a decision about money that we later regretted. It’s a source of frustration, and often other feelings like guilt and shame. These emotions can get in the way of our making constructive moves to get our financial lives back in order.
But there's good news – it’s not a character flaw. Research in the fields of Behavioral Finance and NeuroEconomics shows that human beings consistently and predictably make mistakes with money, particularly with investing. Once we learn about how our brain behaves on money, we can take steps to change things.
I will review some of the key findings of research and share very practical tips to use to make better financial and investing decisions.
July 26, 2016 12:00 PM Eastern
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