The first half of 2019 has been one of the best for financial markets in many years, but they come on the heels of a steep downturn in global stock and bond indexes in the last 3 months of 2018.
Why do market down turns cause anxiety? The anxiety we feel and the desire to “do something” is based on our history as a prey species. In this post, I use neuroanatomy and physiology to explain our responses to adverse market conditions.
This post is about the downturn currently affecting markets of every kind from real estate to technology. I discuss market variability and our desire to avoid the downturns through the lens of chaotic system analysis.
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