No one is crazy, from their own perspective, about managing money. Why then, there are just 2668 billionaires among 8 billion persons across the world? The book by Housel confronts the reader with their innate relationship with money, which, at times, may not be very intuitive.
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Most of us believe that we are either good or bad with managing money. We look at our bank balances as a measure of our financial prudence. But, here comes a book, that tries to explain why we do what we do, and how the time value of money is not fancy buzzwords like NPV, but is more literal.
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