Train Your Brain - Show 43-1

Tuesday, August 7, 2012 3,599 views

Our brains can actually work against us when it comes to investing. As human beings, we tend to predict future performance based on past rewards. In order for us to have successful investing experiences, it seems we must fight against our own tendencies that make us so smart. Mark and Tom delve into recent research on how the functioning of the frontopolar cortex (a part of the brain) impacts our decisions, and they show a practical example of manager picking that reflects how our decision making can be hazardous to our wealth.

5:08 - Percentage of Funds Remaining in the Top Half of Their Peers

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