Money off the Table: Decision Science and the Secret to Smarter Investing

Tony Sablan & Nika Kabiri

How much do you know about the principles of investing? How many books have you read about finance? And yet, how many times have your investments still fallen short of your expectations?

A lot of people assume that the more you know about finances, the more successful you’ll be. But truthfully, no matter how well versed you are, you’re probably still leaving money on the table.

Confident investing is about much more than having the right knowledge. It’s about making the right choices.

Money off the Table draws on multidisciplinary research on human decision-making to explain how investment decisions can go wrong, and what you can do to make them better. Using behavioral economics, sociology, and firsthand knowledge of financial planning, Tony Sablan and Nika Kabiri will teach you how to avoid the common pitfalls that plague even the most seasoned investors.

No matter how volatile the market, you can succeed. You just need the right mindset.

Press & Praise

Daniel J. Villao, CEO, Intelligent Partnerships, Inc.

"Money off the Table empowers the reader by helping them understand 'how to move from awareness to action.' Tony and Nika have captured genuine, experience-based insight into human decision-making and translated it into a framework for financial success."

Yvonne García, Chief of Staff, Chairman, and CEO, and Global Head of Communications, State Street

"Money off the Table uncovers the pitfalls that successful people have with creating a well-thought-out financial plan that takes into account the realities of life."

Ben Katon, SVP Finance & Acquisitions, Weidner Apartment Homes

"Money off the Table is about all the aspects of investing that no one else is talking about. If you want to be a well-rounded investor who makes wise decisions, you need this book."

Tony Sablan is one of the top financial advisors from the Pacific Northwest area. He has worked with business owners, dentists, physicians, closely-held businesses, and employees from large software, technology and aerospace companies.

Nika Kabiri has spent more than twenty years studying how people make decisions. She has a PhD in Sociology from the University of Washington and a JD from the University of Texas. She teaches Decision Science at the University of Washington and is Founder and Owner of Kabiri Consulting, LLC.

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