summary the art of thinking clearly rolf dobelli Summary: Psychological biases affect our thinking and decision-making, evading these errors in thinking will make us wiser.  Investing & Psychology Psychology is a big part of the stock market investment. If well understood, it can help prevent financial setbacks. Investing decisions are linked to emotions (surprise!). Emotional factors, such as fear, uncertainty, personal bias, regret aversion and ego, play a more important role in investment decisions. Here’s the ultimate guide to help us think clearly (Part 1). Hopefully, our intelligence will be sharpened after we avoid these psychological traps. Let’s counter the systematic errors in decision making. Summary #1: Our attitude towards money is multi-faceted <img data-attachment-id=”1299″ data-permalink=”https://scrappyfinance.com/how-to-outsmart-biases-in-personal-finance/money-behavioral-economics-personal-finance/#main” data-orig-file=”https://i1.wp.com/scrappyfinance.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/money-behavioral-economics-personal-finance.jpg?fit=275%2C183&ssl=1″

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