THURSDAY, February 23, 2017 Cocktail Hour
Humor for the Health of It by Joel Weintraub
Money Management and Behavioral Economics for Investing for the Future
Applied Behavioral Science
The History of the Stock Market and How to Minimize Risk
Tips for Having Your Clients Stay the Course by Appreciating the Benefits of Bear and Bull Markets
Did you ever notice your clients eyes glaze over when you discuss asset allocation? To a fearful investor this concept has all the meaning of a cliche'. In order for clients to feel confident being in the market, they have to understand the history of market fluctuations with examples of how to minimize risk. This program will give you the tools necessary to calm your investors fears during bear markets and turbulent headlines.
Behavioral Economics and the Three Best Ways to Motivate Yourself to Save and Invest for the Future
Buy high, sell low. What would ever convince us to design such an investment scheme? Don’t blame it on the pre-frontal cortex, the section of the brain responsible for logical investing. Surprisingly it’s the amygdala, the emotional section of the brain, which is one of the reasons why a majority of novice and even a few “seasoned” investors seem to consistently come up short. Discover how the amygdala constantly interferes with investor logic and profit. Learn about the amygdala so it no longer has power over you and can no longer interfere with intelligent investment decisions.
What's on and in Your Mind? Explore the Anatomy and Pharmacology of the Brain and it's Influence on Spending and Addictive Personalities
Did you ever wonder why some people can handle money effortlessly while others are constantly in a losing battle? You might even be close friends or related to someone who becomes overcome with “shoppers high”. This one-hour program will delve into the mysteries of the brain. Understand how spending addictions can sneak up on us and control our behavior. Discover how learning about the inner workings of the brain can help us understand our own spending and investing behavior and how we all can become financially independent. The brain and money! Spend more time learning about why we do what we do.
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