44% of people plan to never invest again

A recent survey shows that 44% of people plan to never invest money in the stock market again. "Prudential, which polled more than 1,000 investors between the ages of 35 and 70 online earlier this year, found that 58% of those surveyed have lost faith in the stock market. Even more alarming, 44% said they plan to never invest ...

Case Study: Matt had no spare time — so how did he raise his rates by 50%?

"I don't have time." It's the #1 reason people give for not earning money on the side. Today, you'll learn the techniques grad student Matt T. used to overcome his time-management and motivation challenges and raise his rates by 50%. Read on to find out exactly how he implemented a “testing” strategy to dramatically increase his earnings -- with limited ...

Case Study: Using targeted psychology to increase earnings 415%

Today, an in-depth look at the powerful tactics Daniel M. used to increase his earnings by 415% in only one year. Whenever I talk about earning more money, a certain type of person will always complain bitterly about “sleazy sales guys” and how “it’s all about who you know.” They believe the world is stacked against them. But today’...

Twitter posts: Tim Ferriss, end of the world, and gold

Each day, I post short insights on http://twitter.com/ramit about psychology, testing, personal finance, investing, the best links I've found, and stupid people. You won't find these on my blog. Here are a few of my favorite recent tweets: I'm interviewing Tim Ferriss at the Apple Store in Soho this Thursday, 6:30pm. Open to the public: http://...

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Persuasion Classroom: Don’t try to help everyone

I believe in trying a lot of things, getting really good at a few, then turning around and teaching other people how to do it. I did this with money, negotiation, earning more, and I'm doing it with psychology and behavioral change. But I don't believe in helping everyone. As I've written before... Imagine the world has As, Bs, and ...