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Stephen Dubner: ‘Think Like a Freak’ Event Highlights [video]

Watch highlights from a special event with Freakonomics Radio host Stephen Dubner at Betterment HQ.

Articles by Betterment Editors
By the Editorial Staff Betterment Resource Center Published Jul. 30, 2014
Published Jul. 30, 2014
1 min read
  • Freakonomics Radio host Stephen Dubner and CEO Jon Stein discussed Dubner’s new book in an event at Betterment in July.

In a recent interview with Jon Stein, founder and CEO of Betterment, Stephen Dubner shared some of his findings from behavioral economic research about how to think outside the box and invest better. Betterment customers attended the live event and also watched through a steaming live webcast. Here are some highlights:

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