Markets, Psychology, and Irrationality

Where Worlds Collide

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“The market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.” — John Maynard Keynes

Some say markets are perfectly efficient, others say they are catastrophically irrational. The truth, however, lies somewhere in the middle, and has everything to do with psychology.

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Prerit Das

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Now a top writer in Investing! Market lover, relentless trader, financier… I write about Bitcoin, money, trading, self dev, and anything that blows my mind.

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