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“We all have to learn from our mistakes of overleveraging ourselves and acting like 5-year-olds – ‘I want four cookies.’ You don’t need four cookies; you only need one. It’s not about what you want, it’s about what you need. We all must reassess our consumer behavior. It’s not good enough to live within our means — we have to live …
Are we heading for a boom time? A slow slog? Another recession? A ’90s-Japan-like lost decade? A full-on depression? The experts have weighed in, as they’re apt to do.
Is it wise to look to the Bible for financial advice? Many financial experts say yes (and probably “Amen” as well). By one count, the good book contains 2,300 verses that deal with how to manage your money.
Why do many competent, smart people make mistakes with their investments? It turns out that their feelings have been hurt, or they’re trying to save face, or they’re cocky enough to think they’re faster and smarter than the masses. Basically, they get emotional.