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Paul Davies

Paul Davies is a behavioural psychologist consulting in the fields of health and finance.

  • Trading fast and thinking slow: Thinking outside the herd to give you the edge

    In US history, James Marshall is a name forever linked to the story of the Californian Gold Rush. Deciding to move from his hometown of New Jersey, in 1844 Marshall rode the wagon train west to California with the ambition to make his fortune. After being embroiled in the failed revolt to seize California as an independent republic, he retreated to part-owning a sawmill along the American River.

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  • Trading fast and thinking slow: Staying humble can give you the edge

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  • Trading fast and thinking slow: how knowing your brain can give you the edge

    Have you recently been smiled at when driving? Not from a flirty passer-by or an appreciative pensioner, but from one of the new speed indicators appearing all over the UK which flash a smiley face when you’re travelling under the speed limit, and an unhappy face if you’ve gone too fast.

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