Psychologists weigh in on some of the biases and cognitive errors that help explain why we think we are better at active investing than we really are.
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In a consumer culture designed to encourage spending, new tools aim to reverse that pattern.
Changing how people think about the money they save is one of the central tenets of a movement that is based on behavioral finance.
Using plastic instead of dollars encourages consumers to pay more for everyday items than they might otherwise.
We’re springing forward again. But why? Common beliefs about the shift aren’t grounded in fact.
Frequent travelers describe the gloom that hits them on the road and offer solutions for warding it off.