So, just where do your beliefs and opinions come from? If you’re like most people, you feel that your convictions are rational, logical, and impartial, based on the result of years of experience and objective analysis of the information you have available. In reality, all of us are susceptible to faulty thinking and emotional biases–often at the sub-conscious level. Even the smartest person on earth can make errors in judgement. Today we’ll review why Behavioral scientists say you are susceptible to making the same investment mistakes over and over, and exactly how to fix it. Then Health insurance and Medicare Expert Shelley Grandidge joins us for the Q & A. A fascinating show you don’t want to miss…MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!
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