- Ben Carlson, director of institutional asset management at $1.2 billion Ritholtz Wealth Management, is tired of seeing investors get swindled by clever sales techniques.
- He notes how a confluence of slick storytelling and inherent human biases leave investors susceptible to fraud.
- Carlson’s new book “Don’t Fall For It” aims to teach investors timeless business and financial lessons through the use of historical anecdotes.
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