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Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Although professionals are able to extract a considerable amount of wealth from amateurs, few stock pickers, if any, have the skill needed to beat the market consistently, year after year.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Political columnists and sports pundits are rewarded for being overconfident.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “This set of choices has a lot to tell us about the limits of human rationality. For one thing, it helps us see the logical consistency of Human preferences for what it is – a hopeless mirage.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “The remembering self’s neglect of duration, its exaggerated emphasis on peaks and ends, and its susceptibility to hindsight combine to yield distorted reflections of our actual experience.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “What you see is all there is.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “We all have a need for the reassuring message that actions have appropriate consequences, and that success will reward wisdom and courage. Many business books are tailor-made to satisfy this need.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Rational or not, fear is painful and debilitating, and policy makers must endeavor to protect the public from fear, not only from real dangers.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Taleb suggests that we humans constantly fool ourselves by constructing flimsy accounts of the past and believing they are true.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “The worse the consequence, the greater the hindsight bias.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “We reach the point of diminishing marginal predictive returns for knowledge disconcertingly quickly,” Tetlock writes. “In this age of academic hyperspecialization, there is no reason for supposing that contributors to top journals – distinguished political scientists, area study specialists, economists, and so on – are any better than journalists or attentive readers of The New York Times in ‘reading’ emerging situations.” The.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “As Nassim Taleb pointed out in The Black Swan, our tendency to construct and believe coherent narratives of the past makes it difficult for us to accept the limits of our forecasting ability. Everything makes sense in hindsight, a fact that financial pundits exploit every evening as they offer convincing accounts of the day’s events.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “An individual who expresses high confidence probably has a good story, which may or may not be true.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Because adherence to standard operating procedures is difficult to second-guess, decision makers who expect to have their decisions scrutinized with hindsight are driven to bureaucratic solutions – and to an extreme reluctance to take risks.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Bad emotions, bad parents, and bad feedback have more impact than good ones, and bad information is processed more thoroughly than good. The.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “A reliable way of making people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “People just hate the idea of losing. Any loss, even a small one, is just so terrible to contemplate that they compensate by buying insurance, including totally absurd policies like air travel.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Whether professionals have a chance to develop intuitive expertise depends essentially on the quality and speed of feedback, as well as on sufficient opportunity to practice.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “I’m not a great believer in self-help.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “The idea that large historical events are determined by luck is profoundly shocking, although it is demonstrably true.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “For example, the question “Do you now feel a slight numbness in your left leg?” always prompts quite a few people to report that their left leg does indeed feel a little strange.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “One study found that people who just thought about watching their favorite movie actually raised their endorphin levels by 27 percent.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “In An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, published in 1748, the Scottish philosopher David Hume reduced the principles of association to three: resemblance, contiguity in time and place, and causality. Our concept of association has changed radically since Hume’s days, but his three principles still provide a good start.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “We know that the French are very different from the Americans in their satisfaction with life. They’re much less satisfied. Americans are pretty high up there, while the French are quite low – the world champions in life satisfaction are actually the Danes.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “You like or dislike people long before you know much about them; you trust or distrust strangers without knowing why; you feel that an enterprise is bound to succeed without analyzing it. Whether you state them or not, you often have answers to questions that you do not completely understand, relying on evidence that you can neither explain nor defend.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “The effects of high optimism on decision making are, at best, a mixed blessing, but the contribution of optimism to good implementation is certainly positive. The main benefit of optimism is resilience in the face of setbacks.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Stories of how businesses rise and fall strike a chord with readers by offering what the human mind needs: a simple message of triumph and failure that identifies clear causes and ignores the determinative power of luck and the inevitability of regression. These stories induce and maintain an illusion of understanding, imparting lessons of little enduring value to readers who are all too eager to believe them.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “How do people make the judgments and how do they assign decision weights? We start from two simple answers, then qualify them. Here are the oversimplified answers: People overestimate the probabilities of unlikely events. People overweight unlikely events in their decisions.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “The brain scientists are the wave of the future in the financial world. If you seek to maximize understanding, whether you’re in academia or in the investment community, you’d better pay serious attention to them.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “A divorce is like a symphony with a screeching sound at the end – the fact that it ended badly does not mean it was all bad.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Anything that makes it easier for the associative machine to run smoothly will also bias beliefs. A reliable way to make people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth. Authoritarian institutions and marketers have always known this fact. But.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “The illusion that one has understood the past feeds the further illusion that one can predict and control the future. These illusions are comforting. They reduce the anxiety that we would experience if we allowed ourselves to fully acknowledge the uncertainties of existence.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “During a mental multiplication, the pupil normally dilated to a large size within a few seconds and stayed large as long as the individual kept working on the problem; it contracted immediately when she found a solution or gave up.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “It was always assumed I would be a professor. I grew up thinking it.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “People tend to assess the relative importance of issues by the ease with which they are retrieved from memory – and this is largely determined by the extent of coverage in the media. Frequently mentioned topics populate the mind even as others slip away from awareness.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “One emphasis of my research has been on the question of how people spend their time. Time is the ultimate finite resource, or course, so the question of how people spend it would seem to be important.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “People have little idea, by and large, of the investment world. They are convinced they have an advantage.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “I have always emphasized the willingness to discard.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “My experience is that I can think while strolling but cannot engage in mental work that imposes a heavy load on short-term memory.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “It’s clear that policymakers and economists are going to be interested in the measurement of well-being primarily as it correlates with health; they also want to know whether researchers can validate subjective responses with physiological indices.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Errors in the initial budget are not always innocent. The authors of unrealistic plans are often driven by the desire to get the plan approved – whether by their superiors or by a client – supported by the knowledge that projects are rarely abandoned unfinished merely because of overruns in costs or completion times. In.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “I enjoy being active, but I look forward to the day when I can retire to the Internet.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “There’s a tendency to look at investments in isolation. Investors focus on the risk of individual securities.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “The extra daily social time of 1.7 hours in weekends raises average happiness by about 2%.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “To think clearly about the future, we need to clean up the language that we use in labeling the beliefs we had in the past.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “People assign much higher probability to the truth of their opinions than is warranted.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “More advice: if your message is to be printed, use high-quality paper to maximize the contrast between characters and their background. If you use color, you are more likely to be believed if your text is printed in bright blue or red than in middling shades of green, yellow, or pale blue.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “The illusion that one has understood the past feeds the further illusion that one can predict and control the future.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “Indeed, there is evidence that people are more likely to be influenced by empty persuasive messages, such as commercials, when they are tired and depleted.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “If people do not know what is going to make them better off or give them pleasure, then the idea that you can trust people to do what will give them pleasure becomes questionable.”
Daniel Kahneman Quote: “I was surprised to see that the pupil remained small and did not noticeably dilate as she talked and listened. Unlike the tasks that we were studying, the mundane conversation apparently demanded little or no effort – no more than retaining two or three digits.”
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