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Phishing for 交易心理学 Phools

Phishing for Phools

Ever since Adam Smith, the central teaching of economics has been that free markets provide us with material well-being, as if by an invisible hand. In Phishing for Phools, Nobel Prize–winning economists George Akerlof and Robert Shiller deliver a fundamental challenge to this insight, arguing that markets harm as well as help us. As long as there is profit to 交易心理学 be made, sellers .

Ever since Adam Smith, the central teaching of economics has been that free markets provide us with material well-being, as if by an invisible hand. In Phishing for Phools, Nobel Prize–winning economists George Akerlof and Robert Shiller deliver a fundamental challenge to this insight, arguing that markets harm as well as help us. As long as there 交易心理学 is profit to be made, sellers will systematically exploit our psychological weaknesses and our ignorance through manipulation and deception. Rather than being essentially benign and 交易心理学 always creating the greater good, markets are inherently filled with tricks and 交易心理学 traps and will “phish” us as “phools.”

Phishing for Phools therefore strikes a radically new direction in economics, based on the intuitive idea that 交易心理学 markets both give and take away. Akerlof and Shiller bring this idea to life through dozens of stories that show how phishing affects everyone, 交易心理学 in almost every walk of life. We spend our money up to the limit, and then worry about how to pay the next month’s bills. The financial system soars, then crashes. We are attracted, more than we know, by advertising. Our political system is distorted by money. We pay too much for gym memberships, cars, houses, and credit cards. Drug companies ingeniously market pharmaceuticals that do us little good, and sometimes are downright dangerous.

Phishing for Phools explores the central role of manipulation and deception in fascinating detail in each of these areas and many more. It thereby explains a paradox: why, at a time when we are 交易心理学 better off than ever before in history, all too many of us 交易心理学 are leading lives of quiet desperation. At the same time, the book tells stories of individuals who have stood against economic trickery—and how it can be reduced through greater knowledge, reform, and regulation.

George A. Akerlof is University Professor at Georgetown University and the winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize.

Robert J. Shiller is Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale University, the winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize, and the author of the New York Times bestseller Irrational Exuberance (Princeton). Akerlof and Shiller are also the authors of Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology .

George A. Akerlof is University Professor at Georgetown University and the winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize.

Robert J. Shiller is Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale University, 交易心理学 the winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize, and the author of the 交易心理学 New York Times bestseller Irrational Exuberance (Princeton). Akerlof and Shiller are also the authors of Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why It Matters for Global Capitalism (Princeton).

PREFACE vii
INTRODUCTION Expect to Be Manipulated: Phishing Equilibrium 1
PART ONE Unpaid Bills and Financial Crash
CHAPTER ONE Temptation Strews Our Path 15
CHAPTER TWO Reputation Mining and Financial Crisis 23
PART TWO Phishing in Many Contexts
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PREFACE vii
INTRODUCTION Expect to Be Manipulated: Phishing Equilibrium 1
PART ONE Unpaid Bills and Financial Crash
CHAPTER ONE Temptation Strews Our Path 15
CHAPTER TWO Reputation Mining and Financial Crisis 23 交易心理学
PART TWO Phishing in Many Contexts
CHAPTER THREE Advertisers Discover How to Zoom In on Our Weak Spots 45
CHAPTER FOUR Rip-offs Regarding Cars, Houses, and Credit Cards 60
CHAPTER FIVE Phishing in Politics 72
CHAPTER SIX Phood, Pharma, and Phishing 84
CHAPTER SEVEN Innovation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 96
CHAPTER EIGHT Tobacco and Alcohol 103
CHAPTER 交易心理学 NINE Bankruptcy for Profit 117
CHAPTER TEN Michael Milken Phishes with Junk Bonds as Bait 124
CHAPTER ELEVEN The Resistance and Its Heroes 136
PART THREE Conclusion and Afterword
CONCLUSION: EXAMPLES AND GENERAL LESSONS New Story in America and Its Consequences 149
AFTERWORD The Significance of Phishing Equilibrium 163
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 175
NOTES 181
BIBLIOGRAPHY 233
INDEX 257
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Jiao yi xin li xue : Yang cheng gu piao jiao yi ying jia de si wei mo shi

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股票深度交易心理学:通过正念练习和尖端心理学实现最佳交易表现 电子书

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这是一本把正念技巧与尖端心理学相结合,为交易者提供一套结构化的交易心理流程的书。我们讨论的重是交易者面对的心理和情绪挑战,以及可以帮助交易者应对交易心理层面的尖端心理学。投资人经常遇到的交易问题,往往被归咎于交易系统或是方法错误。但通过心理学博士盖瑞的深度分析之后,这些情况其实多半来自人类无法自觉的心理盲与规避恐惧,以致亏损结果反复发生;换句话说,这也是投资人试图利用问题思维解决问题的恶性循环。 下列各种投资情境,可能曾是你本能行为被迫做出的反应,也是目前尖端心理学正着手行的交易心理问题: ◆太早结清获利的部位,即使你知道这是相当可靠的交易架构 交易心理学 ◆理想的交易讯号出现时,却因为担心亏损而畏惧建立部位 ◆死守亏钱的部位,期待转亏为盈,或至少能够损益平衡 ◆给亏损的部位加码,期待市场走势转向 ◆赔钱之后始行冲动交易 ◆市场突然呈现走势时,盲目场 ◆某次亏损后即停止交易,或缩小部位 ◆交易部位过大,与审慎的金钱管理原则不符 ◆该结清时却继续持有部位,为的是期待一次“全垒” ◆一个完全合理的交易架构出现时,却畏惧下单,因为前两笔交易赔了钱 ◆稳定赚取小利,却始终无法提升交易绩效 本书尝试解决上述投资困境的深度交易课程,除了彻底剖析投资问题的根源之外,盖瑞博士特别引了正念(mindfulness)的概念,这种经科学证明有效的训练方法,投资者利用每天五分钟即能突破绩效的“正念练习法”,便能追求Z佳的绩效。
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《每日交易心理训练》作者布里特·斯蒂恩博格力荐,实用、有趣、策略。 如果你想成为长期获利的交易赢家;如果你有足够经验,但总是亏损;那么这本书就是你获胜的宝典! 盖瑞博士荟萃多年苦心积累的知识,提炼成浅显易懂的精华,无论是初门还是摸爬滚多年 的交易者或投资者,都会受益匪浅。 正念交易的山之作,融汇“正念”概念与心理学模型,探讨交易者可以如何运用正念,避免受情绪左右而脱离正轨,帮助读者掌控交易。
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盖瑞·戴顿(Gary Dayton) 临床心理学博士,同时也是协助交易者提升绩效的“心理学公司”(Peak Psychology, Inc.)董事长。 除了心理学的专业,他也是一位交易心理学家、交易导师,以及活跃于S&P E-mini与外汇市场的交易者。加里是一位备受欢迎的国际演讲者,曾在英国、新加坡、马来西亚、澳洲与美国等地对交易者发表演讲。他是一位受认证的心理师,从美国罗格斯大学(Rutgers University)应用与专业心理学研究所取得博士学位。

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