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Morgan Housel – The Psychology of Money (EP.06)

Infinite Loops

Release Date: 04/23/2020

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In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Morgan Housel, a Partner at the Collaborative Fund. Our conversation covered:

  • The content of Morgan’s upcoming book
  • Whether money is the ‘last taboo’
  • Money as a hierarchal system
  • What shapes the role of money in different societies
  • Investor psychology and self-inflicted problems

If you’d like to pre-order Morgan’s book, you can find more information here: https://www.amazon.com/Psychology-Money-Timeless-lessons-happiness/dp/0857197681