The Psychology of Money, From a Venture Capitalist’s Perspective

Morgan Housel’s new book focuses on stories about money, not tips

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“Investing isn’t an IQ test; it’s a test of character”

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“Money isn’t primarily a store of value. Money is a conduit of emotion and ego, carrying hopes and fears, dreams and heartbreak, confidence and surprise, envy and regret.” — Jason Zweig, Wall St Journal

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