If you are curious about why people behave in a certain way when it comes to financial decisions, Richard H. Thaler’s book “Misbehaving” may be of interest to you. But this isn’t your typical behavioral economics book. There are plenty of funny stories and jokes for entertainment.  For example, there’s a story about a manContinue reading “Misbehaving”

The Happiness Hypothesis

The search for happiness seems never-ending. How do we obtain it and how do we hold on to it? In “The Happiness Hypothesis,” Jonathan Haidt provides a great theory on where happiness comes from. Imagine you are in a situation where you need to choose between two difficult decisions. On the one hand, you knowContinue reading “The Happiness Hypothesis”