Behavioural Economics - Investing Decisions

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Behavioural Economics - Investing Decisions

Post by CROCKD » 22 Nov 2017 17:54

Emotions interfere with investing decisions
Recent experiments monitoring brain activity with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and electroencephalography show monetary gain activates the same pleasure centre associated with food, drugs and sex.
Classical economics has long relied on the assumption that market participants behave rationally, guided by self-interest toward optimal outcomes. But there has always been a big gap between theory and practice–people behave in seemingly irrational ways all the time.
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