[free ebook] The Insightful Investor: How to use cutting-edge psychology to invest smarter


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Do you really want to become a better investor? Do you want to learn from your mistakes and learn to make better investment decisions?

For decades, behavioral economics/finance has been uncovering all the ways we make mistakes as investors. What’s been missing is how to correct these mistakes — how to turn these behaviors on their heads and make better investments.

The Insightful Investor does just that. In this free ebook, you’ll learn

  • Why our brains act against profitable investing and what we really can do about it
  • Why we herd like cows, piling into popular stocks despite the fact that they might be overvalued?
  • Why we have such a hard time selling stocks that have gone down and what we can do about it?
  • Why overtrading is such a human drive and which tools and techniques we can use to ensure we’re not spinning our wheels.
  • and lots more…

In this 83 page ebook, we’ll look at the history of behavioral finance, the core resources, where to learn more about investing. Lastly, we’ll provide real tools and techniques to become better, smarter, more accurate investors.

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