Emotional Psychology of Investing


Emotional Psychology of Investing

This week we interview psychologist, Stanley Teitelbaum about the emotional psychology of investing. We discuss cognitive bias, blind spots, the greed & fear cycle, following the herd, cutting losses, looking for the guru syndrome as well as his own odyssey with investing.

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Today's Guest:  Stanley H. Teitelbaum

Stanley H. Teitelbaum, PhD is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst who for more than thirty-five years has had the opportunity to help clients examine and overcome their emotional problems and interpersonal conflicts. He is the author of Illusion and Disillusionment, which informs many of the themes in Smart Money; Sports Heroes, Fallen Idols; and Athletes Who Indulge Their Dark Side. Teitelbaum has appeared on Good Morning America, Nightline, 20/20, and Court TV, and was a regular guest blogger on Huffington Post.

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