Looking Back at 2013: Highlights From Carl Richards

The Beauty of Limits

Carl Richards on taxi drivers, lottery winners and what the fisherman told the venture capitalist.

A Sweet Lesson

in Price Perceptions

 

 

 

 

Carl says one place to learn about anchoring is the freezer section.

The Perils of Ascribing Meaning to a Random Event

Carl on what it is like when there is an actual deer in your headlights.

Arguments for Trusting the Data

Carl on why we are comfortable using habits and hunches to make decisions but wary of data.

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Carl Richards, CFP®

Carl Richards is the creator of the weekly Sketch Guy column in The New York Times and is a columnist for Morningstar Advisor. Carl has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Planning, Marketplace Money, The Leonard Lopate Show, Oprah.com and Forbes.com. His simple but meaningful sketches served as the foundation for his first book, "The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things with Money."

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