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The Most Popular OIAI Post of All Time

After analyzing the traffic for the Online Investing AI blog, I became curious about the most popular post of all time. It turns out to be Rich Dad’s Cashflow Game is Now Free!. This got me thinking: why is this post so popular? Of all the Rich Dad posts, why do people love this one?

 

Rich Dad's Cashflow Game

Rich Dad’s Cashflow Game

Perhaps it is because of the high price of the board game. When I last checked it cost over $100, compared to perhaps $20 for most board games. Does the Rich Dad game cost more to produce? No, it costs more because it is worth more.

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Why New Year’s Resolutions don’t Work

It’s the start of a new year. It’s an opportunity to improve our lives.We want this year to be better than the last. We make our New Year’s resolutions in an effort to make it happen.

There’s only one small problem: New Year’s resolutions don’t work. Did you ever stop to think about last year’s resolutions? Most people don’t even remember them!

We are excited about our resolutions for the first few weeks of the new year. After that, we quickly give up and forget all about them.

Why New Year’s Resolutions don’t Work

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Can NLP Help Traders and Investors?

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What is neuro-linguistic programming?

Neuro-linguistic Programming, or NLP as it’s more commonly known, is a psychological approach to improve mental performance. Practitioners say that an increase in physical and spiritual performance follows after you begin NLP training.

Basically–and probably a little too superficially put–NLP examines your self-talk and then offers ways to re-program this inner talk that is more aligned with achievement.

The question is: can NLP be used to improve your trading and investing performance?

According to Charles Faulkner of New Market Wizards, NLP can help traders and investors.

When we change those programs, just as when we change or upgrade software, we immediately get positive changes in our performance. We get immediate improvements in how we think, feel, act and live.

Turtle Trader explains that NLP fits in with the overall philosophy that trading skills are teachable.

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