Magwegwe discussed money’s influence on behaviour.
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23 years ago I was homeless and scrounging for food.— Frank Magwegwe
I’ve experienced shame when my card got rejected…— Frank Magwegwe
I’ve lost a lot due to being overconfident in my ability to select shares…— Frank Magwegwe
I once bought a very fancy car that I couldn't afford and had to sell within a couple of months, because I was worried about my image.— Frank Magwegwe
A lot of employed people in SA are embarrassed because they know so little about money and investments.— Frank Magwegwe
Money is not about finances; it’s about emotions.— Frank Magwegwe
Try to understand the emotion driving your financial decisions.— Frank Magwegwe
Pyramid schemes illustrate the fear of missing out.— Frank Magwegwe
Greed gets people invested in schemes you can’t believe they’d fall for.— Frank Magwegwe
When you make big financial decisions; check what’s driving them.— Frank Magwegwe
Feeling overwhelmed can cause inaction.— Frank Magwegwe
Emotions are key drivers for making mistakes.— Frank Magwegwe
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