Headlines: An Investor’s Kryptonite

This post is going to be very short. There really isn’t much to say after [...]

It’s What We Don’t Notice That Matters

This last week I was flying from Minneapolis to Houston. I had a 9am flight. [...]

The Emotional Investor

This blog post is dedicated to sharing some of my favorite excerpts from my first [...]

How Forecasts Influence Your Investment Decisions

We are just a few weeks away from “prediction season” for 2016. A time when [...]

Short-Termism: it’s more contagious than the flu

Flu shots are now available. My kids got them last week. It’s just a matter [...]

The Illusion of Roboadvisors

This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending FPA’s annual conference in Boston. Among [...]

What is the Purpose of Your Money?

“For the love of money is the root of all evils.” (1 Tim 6:10) But [...]

Mental Blindness – We Don’t Always See What We Think We See

The past few weeks have been a little nerve racking for me. I recently finished [...]

How Could I Be Wrong?

When we decide to purchase a security (invest), we often think of all the reasons [...]

It’s About TIME

Time is our friend; in fact it may be our best friend. Time is a [...]

What Do You Value?

This last week Jimmy Fallon returned to The Tonight Show after an accident that almost [...]

Act Fast…Or You May Miss Out

Last week I took two days off to go with the family to Wisconsin Dells, [...]

Where is the “Undo Trade” Button?

This past week Google announced a new feature for email users – the ability to [...]

When Optimal Isn’t Optimal

Something that is optimal is best or most favorable. Whether we are discussing choices, strategies [...]

Taking Things Out of Context

A few weeks ago on the podcast, Masters in Business, Barry Ritholtz interviewed former securities [...]

Lie to Me – Nonverbal Communication

I loved the show Lie to Me. I was terribly disappointed when it was canceled [...]

Why Some Stimuli Fail to Stimulate

Over the past several months Americans have experienced a financial windfall in the form of [...]

What’s Your Preference: Maximize Return or Minimize Risk?

Every investor would love to find an investment that allows them to participate in all [...]

A Review of Dalbar’s 2015 “Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior”

Dalbar researches and reports on the returns of investors compared to benchmark indices over various [...]

An Action Plan For Investors Holding Too Much Cash

One of the greatest benefits of being a public speaker is getting to meet different [...]

Notes from Behavioral Economics Workshop with Dan Ariely

Last summer I attended a two-day workshop at Duke University hosted by Dr. Dan Ariely [...]

The Consequences of Financial Myopia

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a common vision condition. Most of us are familiar with the [...]

Behavioral Investing Insights – Featuring Psychologist Dr. Daniel Crosby @incblot

Dr. Daniel Crosby is a psychologist who has been training financial professionals on how biases [...]