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Humans cannot Analyze All the Information (Sep. 2010)

Human attention is limited and that we can’t analyze all the information we receive.

We tend to pick the information that we need to prove that our thinking is correct.

See the one minute video and more at

Videos on Financial Economics (Sep. 2010)

Many of you know that I like behavioral economics.

If you want to learn more about behavioral finance and the role of Psychology, see some useful videos here

Train Your Brain to Win (Aug. 2010)

When Playing the investing game, it’s easy to let your impulse make all the wrong moves. Learning to trick yourself can help.

Why do smart people do such stupid things with their money?

Find the answer at


Investors Cannot Think for Themselves (Jun. 2010)

From February through May, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 1000 points in an almost uninterrupted daily march upward. Then came the "flash crash" of May 6 and day after day of losses through May. Now, in mid-June, the market has been up six of the past seven days.

What accounts for these sudden moves? Why do investors so often seem to resemble a school of fish, all changing direction together?

Find out the answers at


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