Practical analysis for investment professionals


Investors confront four main problems on a daily basis:

  • High levels of stress,
  • High demands to think at their very best,
  • Behavioral biases, and
  • Ethical dilemmas.

Meditation offers practicioners a proven means of ameliorating each of these problems.

Skills That Separate You as an Investment Manager: Introspection

If you would like to separate yourself from the crowd of highly motivated and highly intelligent candidates try adding the following to your arsenal of skills: introspection.

Weekend Reads for Advisers: Emerging Markets, Meditation, and Monetary Policy

I don't know about you, but to me it seems as if summer flew by. Here in the United States, Labor Day — the symbolic end of summer — is just around the corner. With that in mind, I thought I'd do something a little different this week: before I recap some of the most interesting content I've come across recently, here's an ode to summer.

High-Stakes Decision Making: How Neuroscience Rescues Behavioral Finance

The University of Chicago’s Sian Beilock, author of "Choke: What the Secrets of the Brain Reveal about Getting It Right When You Have To," outlines solutions to three kinds of problems often encountered by investment practitioners and other high-stakes decision makers.

Leading from the Center: Dalio, Hagan, and Freeman on Meditation and Leadership

Meditation is a practice that allows you to better utilize your entire brain, rather than just your analytical, rational faculties. Clearly, for investors these are critical skills.

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