Top positive review
Good for beginner investors to help understand emotional rollercoasters
Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2020
You see this book referenced in a lot of other finance self-help/investing books as the be-all, end-all guide on behavioral psychology associated with investing and money matters. Maybe it's a victim of its own success, and it's certainly a perfectly fine read for those who are just getting into investing as a baseline foundation of what to do and not do, but you'll find if you've read a fair amount on investing or behavioral psychology that many of these concepts (loss aversion, etc.) have been covered elsewhere in other books you've read. If you're starting out after getting a Bogleheads guide it's a nice complementary pickup, but not a must add to your library.