Reading this book is akin to medicine that tastes foul but is health-giving. Most of us have lost money foolishly, a little or a lot. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ricardo Mio
A good introduction to behavioral economics. Touches on pitfalls and how to avoid them. Worth re-reading once in a while to keep the lessons fresh. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rex D
Took away very little from this book. Didn't find anything in this book that would cause me to modify my behavior regarding financial decisions.Published 7 months ago by steven
This book is very useful and easy to read for the practitioner and the academician. As the title implies, even the smartest people can make money mistakes.Published 19 months ago by Beatrice
Gary Belsky exposes the real reasons why so many people lose the "investment game". Find out how and why your human behavior is your biggest threat to your investment... Read morePublished 21 months ago by RICHARD D STANLEY
I came to this book by way of recommendation from Ramit Sethi.
If you haven't read Ramit's book, I Will Teach You To Be Rich, go read it. Then come back here. Read more
This book changed how I valued my own possession and accounts, and it changed my money management behavior.
Don't buy it! Read more
This book is good enough to require an index, which it lacks. Someone was asleep at the switch.Published on September 26, 2010 by G. Shadduck