There won't be any regular episodes of Mental Models Podcast as we take a holiday break. Regular service will resume the first full week in January 2020. In the meantime, enjoy a holiday message and we have recapped a popular podcast on Behavioral Bia$. Join Dan and George at the Center for BrainHealth, Dallas, TX on 1/23/20 as they discuss “Money and your Brain: How Cognitive Biases Impact Investing” based on their book "Understanding Behavioral Bia$" link below. Thanks to everyone for listening and we wish you and yours a happy and healthy 2020!
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This book will help you overcome the biases that are keeping you from investment success!
Authored by Daniel Krawczyk, Ph.D. & George Baxter, JD, CFA your hosts of Mental models Podcast.
Published by Business Expert Press
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Do you want strategies to make better financial decisions?
Do you need a translational guide to Thinking Fast and Slow?
Do you want to be a better investor and earn more money?
If you said yes to any or all of the above questions then this book is for you!
Join Dan and George at the Center for BrainHealth as they discuss “Money and your Brain: How Cognitive Biases Impact Investing” on 1-23-20 @6:30pm
Sips & Science
Money and Your Brain: How Cognitive Biases Impact Investing with Dr. Daniel Krawczyk and George Baxter, JD, CFA
Cognitive biases are often a result of your brain's attempt to simplify information processing. They are rules of thumb that help you make sense of the world and reach decisions with relative speed. Unfortunately, these biases sometimes trip us up, leading to poor decisions and bad judgments.
A neuroscientist and a hedge fund manager will look behind the curtain of your conscious mind and take a deep dive into cognitive biases that impact your financial success. Together they will identify strategies to slow you down so you avoid unnecessary risk and make better decisions.
Read more about this topic in Dr. Daniel Krawczyk & George Baxter, JD, CFA latest book “Understanding Behavioral Bia$: A Guide to Financial Decision Making”.
Sponsored By: Bank of Texas
Where & When
Brain Performance Institute
2200 W Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75235
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