Graeme Newell

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How Winning Affects Your Investing Decisions

When are we most vulnerable to bad decision making? Brain science tells us that when we experience a big win or a big defeat, that’s when we get flooded with ...
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The Activities that Trigger Us to Make Bad Investing Decisions

When’s the best time to make an important choice? Brain research tells us there are two specific situations to avoid: after a big win, or after a big loss. Experiencing ...
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Two Key Habits of Financially Successful People – Behavioral Investing Best Practices

Researchers studied the habits of the financially successful and found that a lot of them practiced two key tactics that lead to an abundant bank balance. The good news is ...
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How to Use Behavioral Finance Biases to up the Amount You Save

Want to up your the amount you save and feel the pain less? New brain science insights are revealing an easy behavioral change that can making the important job save ...
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Important Investing Decisions – How to Calculate the Amount of Money You’ll Need to Retire

What’s the exact amount of money you’ll need to retire comfortably? It’s one of our most important investing decisions, yet most of us start saving and just hope that it ...
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New Research on the Most Effective Way to Change a Bad Habit – Finance Psychology

Today, brain science weighs in on the most effective way to BUILD GOOD HABITS or STOP BAD HABITS. Turns out that TRYING HARDER is a really ineffective strategy. Extensive research ...
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The Curious Way Your Brain Identifies a Bargain 

How does our brain determine what’s a fair price? In this short video you’ll learn how our brain can be easily fooled when we’re comparing prices ...
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International or Domestic? Which investments are more profitable?

Which is the better investment? Domestic or international companies? New research reveals the drawbacks of investing both at home and abroad ...
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The Life Events that Powerfully Influence our Risk Tolerance

New research is revealing that experiencing a financial downturn in our mid-teens tends to powerfully skew our perception of risk. And the really disturbing finding is that this risk aversion ...
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Which is Optimal, Fast Decisions or Slow Decisions?

Which leads to a better choice? - Decisively taking action and getting in the game sooner? - Carefully contemplating every option and delaying entry? ...
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