Welcome to the November 28, 2006 edition of festival of investing.
Paul presents How to deal with information overload posted at Paul, saying, “A couple of people have sent emails asking me to write about information overload. It seems that a lot of you are drowning in data at the moment, and need some sort of direction about which way to swim. I’ve thought about it for a bit, and here’s my conclusion.”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Emotional self-regulation and biofeedback: FreezeFramer posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Post on how biofeedback can be used by traders to manage emotions and reduce impulsivity.”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Enhancing Trader Performance and The Psychology of Trading: Interview with Brett N. Steenbarger posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Interview with Brett Steenbarger, expert in trading psychology and performance”
David presents The Truth About Rich Dad Poor Dad – What Robert Kiyosaki Does Not Want You to Know posted at Worldwide Success, saying, “Robert Kiyosaki is one of the most prominent financial advisers today. He has published 18 books which have sold more than 26 millions copies. The first book in the “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” series has been on The New York Times Best Seller List for five years, and has sold more than 11 million copies. Given his popularity, I am probably going to get a lot a heat for what I am about to say, but I will always strive to provide you with an unbiased opinion regardless of its popularity. In my opinion Rich Dad Poor Dad is full of non-sense and bad advice.”
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