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    Intriguing ideas but bland to read

    This book will introduce you to the interplay between human psychology and financial markets. Excessive market responses are discussed in particular. The ideas are intriguing, but this book is a though read due to its academic style of writing.
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    ok ish

    Terribly repetitive, like many economists tries to make ideas seem scientific by using seemingly complex mathomatical models that dont really work. very simple ideas could have explained in tenth of what he wrote. reminds ome that there really is not a Nobel prize in economics.....it isreally a pretend thing of the Swedish Central Bank
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