An economic adviser, the author brings his cerebral fascination with the dynamics of the bicameral brain to daily stock market practice. The resultant "whole-brained" approach supposedly leads to rational decision-making as operated by the left side, colored by the intuition and open-mindedness that characterizes the right, or Taoist, side. Essentially, it is an argument for being alert to changing trends ahead of the rest of the gang -- an enlightened investment posture however derived. TAn economic adviser, the author brings his cerebral fascination with the dynamics of the bicameral brain to daily stock market practice. The resultant "whole-brained" approach supposedly leads to rational decision-making as operated by the left side, colored by the intuition and open-mindedness that characterizes the right, or Taoist, side. Essentially, it is an argument for being alert to changing trends ahead of the rest of the gang -- an enlightened investment posture however derived.

Published on: Feb 1, 1984