BookWatch: These mind hacks can help you handle a volatile stock market and invest smarter

Many martial arts rely on what is referred to as the “Circular Theory of Self Defense,” meaning that the momentum and exertion of an attacker can actually be used to your advantage. Imagine being rushed by a would-be assailant who speeds toward you with arms extended. Rather than meeting the full force of his momentum head on, you might side step this rush, deflecting the outstretched arm, leading him to rush past, now vulnerable to counter attack.

This approach of working with a powerful force and not against a powerful force is instructive to investors seeking to manage emotion en route to making wise investment decisions.

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