Best Of

AboveTheMarket_MeaningMy “top ten” posts based upon reader numbers follow in order of popularity. I hope you will give them a look (or another look).

  1. Investors’ 10 Most Common Behavioral Biases (why does the internet love numbered lists so much?)
  2. Establishing Your Top 10 Investment Default Settings (see?)
  3. My Investing Checklist (it likes un-numbered lists too)
  4. Above the Market’s Leading Investment Indicators
  5. Financial Advice: A Top Ten List (back to the numbered lists)
  6. Top Ten Ways to Deal with Behavioral Biases (hmmm…)
  7. 10 Classic Failed Tech Predictions (I’m sensing a theme)
  8. Saving Investors From Themselves (we need it)
  9. Math Suckage and Dave Ramsey (Ramsey apologists are everywhere it seems)
  10. We Suck at Probabilities (sad but true)

However, I’d also like you to take a look at the following unlucky 13 posts that didn’t get nearly as much attention — sometimes because they appeared before I had many readers — but which I think are worth reading. I encourage you to check them out.

  1. Beguiled By Narrative
  2. Financial Products are Sold, Not Bought
  3. It’s Not You, It’s Me
  4. Just Put the Ball in Play
  5. Gaming the System
  6. The Semmelweis Reflex
  7. Neurath’s Boat
  8. Bias Blindness and Political Polarization
  9. Michelle Pfeiffer Needs Help
  10. Demand for Hitmen and Yield
  11. Luck, Skill and Jim Harbaugh
  12. Librarius Booker, Confabulation and Choice Blindness
  13. Carolina Crazy

A more recent “lucky seven” list of popular pieces follows.

  1. The Culture of Charade
  2. A New Kind of Investment Outlook
  3. Dear Future Me
  4. Everybody Plays the Fool (Sometimes)
  5. Follow the Money
  6. Wealth, Poverty and Keeping Perspective
  7. What Advisors Think, Know and Can Prove

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