Honoré de Balzac passed away 160 years ago on
August 18, 1850.
But, yet one of his quotes from that century shows
us that our emotions haven’t changed.
“Our worst misfortunes never happen, and most
miseries lie in anticipation.”
It’s scientifically proven we fear loss greater
than achieving gain.
That is even if the worse case outcome has low
Three parts make up the brain, but it’s the limbic
system that can override the others because of
Options were not around during Balzac’s lifetime,
but his quote sums up why it pays to be an options
And why insurance companies are so profitable.
When uncertainty arises in the marketplace,
perception is elevated than what will likely
Most reduce the fear by paying up because emotions
are driving their decision, not logic.
That is how you flip fear into opportunity by
understanding human behavior and probabilities.
That’s the key to being successful not only
trading options, but in business and life.
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