Use of a light-emitting electronic book (LE-eBook) in the hours before bedtime can adversely impact overall health, alertness and the circadian clock, which synchronizes the daily rhythm of sleep to external environmental time cues, according to Harvard Medical School researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. These findings of the study that compared the biological effects of…Details
As the year draws to a close I thought I would generate a quick league table of how a few markets of interest performed this year. As usual there were markets that trended strongly and markets that didnt (the All Ordinaries….again).
Traditionally email of the week is a catalogue of the idiocy of people attempting to make some headway in trading and this week was no exception with two excellent contenders. Early in the week we had some one who was trying to convince us that she was a conservative long term investor and she sought…Details
This study has been siting in my inbox for quite sometime and I finally got around to reading it – the abstract below gives a very good summary of the findings. This study provides the first evidence that money impairs people’s ability to savor everyday positive emotions and experiences. In a sample of working adults,…Details
One of the difficulties of living in a world that is flooded with narratives is that they have an insidious way of seeping into your subconscious. This infiltration is unknown until you need to make a decision. The chart below is of QAN and upon cursory inspection it shows a relentless bearishness surrounding the stock…Details
I have to admit the psychology behind the sort of decision to invest in a hedge fund that admits to grossly under performing every benchmark intrigues me and does show that Kahneman and Tversky were on the money when they said that money induced glitchy thinking and caused us to depart dramatically from the basic…Details