Charles Ellis: Emotions and Investment Decisions

There are two great roles for an advisor, one is to help individuals understand themselves and what their real financial purposes are and what their anxieties would be in anticipation so they can lay out a really sensible long term investment programme. The second is to hold hands and encourage staying the long term because […]

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Michael Norton: How to buy happiness

http://www.minatrustfund.ca/ http://alumni.dal.ca/building-a-better-world/jemima-mackenzie-md04-lld40-medical-missionary/ The Dr. Mina Mackenzie Memorial Trust Fund is dedicated to improving the lives of disadvantaged people in India by providing opportunities for a better education and a richer life. The Fund was founded in the belief that as children are empowered to realize their potential they bloom, thus enriching the world we share. […]

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Eugene Fama, Nobel Prize Laureate

Eugene Fama, Nobel Prize Laureate by Tyler Cowen on October 14, 2013 at 7:09 am in Economics | Permalink Fama has been long-deserving for some time now.  He won basically for his empirical work on asset prices. Here is Fama on Wikipedia.  Here is Fama on scholar.google.com. Fama teaches at the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago and he is […]

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