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NEW! Using Behavioral Finance To Shape Financial Planning For Stock Compensation This is premium content

Justin Goldstein, AIF®
Emotions can have a powerful impact on financial decisionmaking. The study of behavioral finance, i.e. how people make decisions about investments and other financial matters, can help you to develop a sensible approach to stock compensation and holdings of company stock.
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