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  • Author(s) Ira Epstein / David Garfield
  • SubtitleMeeting the 6 Mental Challenges
  • Edition1
  • Published12th August 1992
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780471550716

Meeting the 6 Mental Challenges

Written by a board-certified psychiatrist and the founder of Chicago's best-known brokerage firm, it contains the psychological tools essential to breaking through mental barriers in order to achieve a successful mindset. Examines such common psychological traps as loneliness, poor self-esteem, depression, wishful thinking, self-destructiveness, addiction to playing the markets, revenge and internal conflicts. Packed with anecdotes and case histories, it includes insights drawn from two unusual investor surveys--typical investors versus famous investors and market ``gurus.''

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  • Author(s) Ira Epstein / David Garfield
  • SubtitleMeeting the 6 Mental Challenges
  • Edition1
  • Published12th August 1992
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc (US)
  • ISBN9780471550716

Meeting the 6 Mental Challenges

Written by a board-certified psychiatrist and the founder of Chicago's best-known brokerage firm, it contains the psychological tools essential to breaking through mental barriers in order to achieve a successful mindset. Examines such common psychological traps as loneliness, poor self-esteem, depression, wishful thinking, self-destructiveness, addiction to playing the markets, revenge and internal conflicts. Packed with anecdotes and case histories, it includes insights drawn from two unusual investor surveys--typical investors versus famous investors and market ``gurus.''
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