5 Ways to stay calm in this market

When stocks are falling, take these steps. They’ll keep you from doing things you’ll be sorry for later. (read more)

Chevy Volt priced at $41,000

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — General Motors announced the final price of its Chevrolet Volt electric car Tuesday afternoon, but it’s the lease rate that will probably be most interesting to consumers.

The purchase price for a Volt will start at $41,000. The vehicle qualifies for a $7,500 federal tax credit, for an effective price of about $33,500. (read more)

Want To Be a Successful Investor? Start By Recalibrating Your Brain

This easy-to-understand guide will give you the tools and insight you need to evaluate financial products and make investments designed for success over the long term. Below, we feature an adapted excerpt from the book that will help you better understand what kind of investor you are and pick an investment strategy that best fits your personality.

In theory, investors are rational people, but you’re an investor and you know you’re not completely rational all the time. It turns out that some of your bad habits are hardwired into your brain—after all, those habits helped early humans survive in the wild, long before they started investing. For example, early humans who were part of a community survived, while individualists often became someone’s lunch. (read more)

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