Money Anxiety

Geller, Dan

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Synopsis: Do you make the right financial decisions?
Money Anxiety is an insightful behavioral economics book that exploreshow we make financial decisions.
Discover why we hate to lose more than we love to win andwhy we spend when safe and save when scared.
Find out what are the six financial behaviors we all shareand what makes us shift our spending and savings habits.
Explore how the Money Anxiety Index can predict economictrends, retail sales and presidential reelections.

From the Author: Every so often, a book comes out presenting a new andoriginal idea about how and why we behave the way we do.
We all strive to better understand our behavior, especiallyin the area of finance and money. 
Money Anxiety presents an original perspective on how we makefinancial decisions starting with our biology, through our psychology andending with our behavioralogy.
This is your opportunity to explore how financial decisionsare made, and how these decisions can make or break the economy.

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Title: Money Anxiety
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Publication Date: 2013
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