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Dr. Daniel Kahneman, winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize in economics, joins us to discuss his book, Thinking, Fast and Slow. In this video segment, Daniel describes two types of thinking -- system one, which is fast and reactionary, and system two,
This comes after yesterday's Case Shiller index climbed 12.1% in April and Q1 home prices were up an annualized 16.7%. Chris Flanagan at Bank of America explains that home prices are being revised up for three key reasons better inventory dynamics,
Traders are starting to wonder whether the S&P 500's breakout above 1575 (its 2007 high) was just a drill a 'false breakout.' The S&P hit the high in April, and there was talk of a false breakout then, but the index just kept climbing, and everyone
The market was anticipating this statement from the US FED on tapering quantitative easing...The decision of the FED to consider a reduction in the bond buying program has spooked the bulls and has led to a significant impact in the fixed income and
The battered Japanese stock market lurched into bear market territory Thursday morning, after a tumble of 5.3 percent took the combined decline in the Nikkei 225 index since May 23 to more than 20 percent...The drop on Thursday was one of many sharp
In a hunt for happiness, the author consulted science, ancient wisdom and pop culture...The story of an African-American woman whose cancerous cells were extensively cultured without her permission in 1951...The autism activist's personal and
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The stock market rally so far this year has been painful for market bears...It's unrealistic to think the market could continue to go up at the rate it's gone up so far this year...You have earnings problems, you have the economy slowing, you have
Down days typically exhibited far higher volume than up days, indicating institutions were selling more than buying. On the accompanying chart, red volume bars indicate down days with green bars showing volume on days the market closed higher.
Translating Upwards : Linking the Neural and Social Sciences via Neuroeconomics...Stephens-Davidowitz (Harvard): Using Google Data to Predict Who Will Vote . Filippo Trevisan (Glasgow): Social Engines and Social Science : A Revolution in the Making.