When Dumb Things Happen to Smart Investors

This article is an adaption from Meir Statman’s book, “Finance for Normal People: How Investors and Markets Behave” (Oxford University Press) and initially published in MarketWatch on April 20, 2017 You are contemplating a gift to your beloved and wonder whether it should be a red rose or $10, the price of the rose. You are

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Giving Credit Where Credit’s Due

The dream house. The dream wedding.

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Why We Avoid BlackRock ETFs

Back in 2013, salespeople for BlackRock called to tell us about their new series of iShares exchange-traded funds (ETFs) with dramatically lower fees. They clearly expected us to share their excitement, and jump at the chance to offer the funds to our clients.

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Introducing Shake to Share – A Fun Way to Share Wealthfront

Imagine this: you’re at lunch eating an overpriced salad with a friend who is worried about not saving enough money to buy a house (not to mention the price of kale). You want to help calm her nerves, so you start to tell her about Path, the new planning service from Wealthfront that helped get your

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