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Neuroeconomics is a burgeoning field aimed at helping us understand decision-making. Image sourced from www.shutterstock.com Whether choosing a dinner, a car, a spouse or an investment, experts now know what part of the brain our likes and dislikes
People are notoriously bad at filtering choices - being faced with too many leads us to choose poorly. Image sourced from www.shutterstock.com We are faced with a myriad of choice in our lives - but an emerging body of work suggests the more choice
Sessional Lecturer, Department of Economics at University of Melbourne All in the wording: behavioural science, such as the nudge' concept isn't new, or quasi-science. Image sourced from www.shutterstock.com In recent years, books like Predictably
If you haven't heard of Hidden Cash, you've probably been in hiding...What began as a wealthy San Francisco real estate investor's social experiment via Twitter has gone parabolic. In less than a week, the Twitter What would you do with $100 in found
In a chat with ET Now, Ashwani Gujral, Fund Manager, Ashwanigujral.com shares his views on the market outlook. ET Now: You are talking about downside risks of the market, what is your view stepping into the new series? Would we bounce back from these
Richard Cantillon, the eighteenth-century economist who coined the term "entrepreneur," defined the term as "bearer of risk." Yet research shows that entrepreneurs are just as risk-averse as the rest of us. "Only when it comes to starting a business
Gary Becker, who just passed away, is correctly gaining much attention. The 1992 Nobel Laureate and University of Chicago professor was--as many are reporting--one of the most influential economists of the age, just next to Milton Friedman.
According to a recent Gallup poll , more Americans are beginning to view real estate as a viable long-term investment. Thirty percent of those surveyed early last month took this view, up from 25% just a year ago. Gallup credited an improving housing
Beta Rotation Funds, wonders whether the Fed will either taper less than $10 billion, or not taper at all, citing housing deceleration. Here's how stocks, bonds, the dollar and gold may react under the various Fed decision scenarios: Stocks Between
Did you, or do you still, get the sense that investing falls into the don't try this at home category? Much like running with scissors, it can only go badly, right? You might worry you're frequently even urged to worry that you'll lose everything.