To stop the spread of financial fears

Jittery investors. Uncertain consumers. Anxious overseas markets. One of the byproducts of this year's worldwide economic turmoil has been abundant evidence that mental influence drive the financial world. It's largely a question of hopes and fears, of impressions and assumptions, both right and wrong.

Perhaps this isn't entirely a bad realization, either, if it causes people to recognize just how the economy responds to the collective thoughts of society in such a profound way. After all, what are these collective thoughts made up of, if not the thoughts of the individual? When economic fear spreads contagiously from one person to the next, one market to the next, the solution begins with turning the mental tide.

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