Michael Mauboussin: Four Common Investor BiasesRupert Hargreaves
When it comes to achieving personal financial goals, you are your own worst enemy. Investors are always held back by common investor biases, which influence decisions and long-term goals.
Both neuroscientists and psychologists have looked into these biases. Combined the two fields of science have established a field of neuroeconomics to understand better how the human brain decodes economic decisions.
One of the goals of neuroeconomics is to understand how certain behaviors are linked to specific brain activity.
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