Jul 8, 2015
Financial planning is a long game, with twists and turns along the way. Chess is a long game, with twists and turns along the way. Turns out there is quite a bit that you can learn from studying the moves of chess grandmasters and apply to financial planning and investing. And that’s the subject of a new book called Rich As A King, How The Wisdom Of Chess Can Make You A Grandmaster Of Investing. Today I’ll be chatting to its co-author, Doug Goldstein, about his collaboration on the book with Grandmaster Susan Polgar, and learning some valuable lessons about behavioural finance.