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Dan Kahneman

Dan Kahneman is known for his work on behavioral economics, for which he won a Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. His findings challenged the idea that human rationality supersedes all in terms of economic theory. Besides behavioral economics, Kahneman also focused on the psychology of judgement and decision making. These studies led him to publish […]

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3 Ways To Relieve Financial Pressure

Financial pressure builds in most people at one time or another. If you aren’t feeling it, you know someone who is. In a ‘do better,’ ‘accumulate more,’ ‘keep up or catch up,’ and ‘whatever you do don’t let them see you sweat’ culture, pressure is accepted as a given. But when a major crisis happens, […]

How To Use Debt Wisely

Most everyone has some debt, some more than others. However, the type of debt you have has a significant impact on your financial situation. There is good debt and bad debt. You use good debt to enhance your situation and increase your net worth. You should avoid bad debt altogether. Here’s how to tell the […]

How You Can be Mislead by the Way Numbers are Written

A billion dollars doesn’t sound like much these days now that we are throwing around trillion dollar deficits for as far as the eye can see. One of the main reasons it doesn’t sound so bad is because of the way we present the information. A billion dollars sounds like a trillion dollars, which isn’t […]

Shocker! Study shows couples disagree about money

A  study surveyed over 500 couples and found that almost 40% of them disagree on the lifestyle they expect in retirement, more than a third disagree on their planned retirement age, and two out of five don’t agree on whether one or both will work during retirement. I know what you’re thinking, “Couples don’t agree? […]

Critical Thinking Episode 27

This week in critical thinking covers wishful thinking. Is your thinking wishful or real? Many people think in wishful terms, ie. the world should be like this or that. But that can lead to making bad decisions. Focus on what’s probable and realistic. Take away: Make decisions based on what is likely to actually happen, which […]

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