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Snap Judgment: When to Trust Your Instincts, When to Ignore Them, and How to Avoid Making Big Mistakes with Your Money by David E. Adler

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Index

Numerics

401(k)

behavioral economics, 257-259

portfolios, 55

A

advisors, financial, 251-254

aggregation failure, 210

aggressive CEOs, 183

AIG, credit default swaps, 238

airline travel, shrouded prices, 160

aligning incentives, 198

alpha, 48

persistence, 49

American Home Mortgage, 228

amplification mechanisms, 223

analysts, stock, 67-71

analytical intelligence, 5-8

animal spirits, 106

annuities, 39-45

framing, 44

guaranteed death benefits, 44

AOL, 79

Arnott, Rob, 15-16, 252

ARSs (auction rate securities), 232

asks, 208

Asness, Cliff, 87

asset location, 250

auction rate securities (ARSs), 232

Austrian, Bob, 30

availability heuristics, 97

B

Baker, Dean, 227

Baker, Malcolm, 28

Balloon Analogue Risk Task (BART), 65

bank death spirals, 230-233 ...

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