Do you know why you make the investment choices that you do? Keeping track may be of great help in making more sound financial and investing decisions. Emotions will always play a part in investment decisions, but how can you make sure that you're not risking your finances because of your emotions? Here are some good thoughts on keeping your heart under control when your brain needs to make money decisions for your future and your retirement. via @EricNisall
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Learning how other people save and invest their money is very fascinating. I always learn something new about how to make my money work for me more effectively. I'm so glad I read this, there are lots of good insights.