Book Reviews

The Little Book of Behavioural Investing

236 pages, Paperback from £7.34 (Amazon), £13.29 (Kindle) This very readable book is packed with examples of how easily we let our innate tendencies mislead us in investing, as well as with suggestions for overcoming them. The enemy in investing is specifically the parts of the brain known as the amygdala, the “reptilian” brain stem that allows us to react without thinking when a snake strikes at us. Montier calls this part of the brain the X-system - this is the “fear and ...
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