Feb 15, 2017
Regular listeners will know that I’ve been reading and learning a great deal about behavioural finance over the past 18 months or so. It has had a profound effect on the way I think about investing and the way I deal with my clients. Today I get to speak to the man who has written, for me the most accessible and actionable book on the subject, The Laws of Wealth, by Daniel Crosby.
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I’m splitting my conversation with Daniel Crosby into two parts as it is nearly 50 minutes long, but don’t worry, I’m releasing both parts simultaneously so you don’t have to wait a week for part two! In part one, we take a look at a few of Daniel’s ten laws for behavioural self-management. And here in part two, we look at why those rules are not enough, and how he is helping his clients invest in such as way that some of the rules can be automated.
Book: The Laws of Wealth on Amazon (affiliate link)
Website: Nocturne Capital
Twitter: Daniel Crosby on Twitter
LinkedIn: Daniel Crosby on LinkedIn
Head over to part one of this conversation to enter the competition!
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