The Laws of Wealth

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Jaico Publishing House, Nov 25, 2021 - Business & Economics - 260 pages
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Foreword By Morgan Housel


Psychology and the Secret to Investing Success


In The Laws of Wealth, psychologist and behavioral finance expert Daniel Crosby offers an accessible and applied take on a discipline that has long tended toward theory at the expense of the practical. Readers are treated to real, actionable guidance as the promise of behavioral finance is realized and practical applications for everyday investors are delivered.


Crosby presents a framework of timeless principles for managing your behavior and your investing process. He begins by outlining 10 rules that are the hallmarks of good investor behavior, including ‘Forecasting is for Weathermen’ and ‘If You’re Excited, It’s Probably a Bad Idea’. He then goes on to introduce a unique new classification of behavioral investment risk that will enable investors and academics alike to understand behavioral risk in a coherent and comprehensive manner. 


The Laws of Wealth is a finance classic and a must-read for those interested in deepening their understanding of how psychology impacts financial decision-making.


“Should be read by all those new to investing.”

JIM O'SHAUGHNESSY, International Bestselling Author


“Don’t let your mind ruin your investing outcomes.”

LOUANN LOFTON, The Motley Fool


“Step away from CNBC and into financial therapy!”

MEREDITH A. JONES, Author, Women of The Street

 

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Contents

Foreword by Morgan Housel
Part One The Rules of Behavioral SelfManagement
Part Two Behavioral Investing
Epilogue Behavioral Investing In A World Gone
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DR. DANIEL CROSBY is a psychologist, behavioral finance expert, and one of the foremost experts in applied behavioral science. He is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author and was named one of the ‘12 Thinkers to Watch’ by Monster.com. When he is not consulting around market psychology, Daniel enjoys independent films, fanatically following St. Louis Cardinals baseball, exploring the American South, and spending time with his family. 

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