On topics ranging from decision making and the human condition to current events and policy, Citrin regularly contributes comment and analysis for leading media outlets including U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, and CNBC.
Jonathan Citrin is a top human behavior and behavioral finance keynote speaker with an entirely new perspective for the decisions we make and the lives we choose to live.
Citrin’s writing has appeared in traditional media such as Entrepreneur Magazine and The Wall Street Journal, and in academic publications such as Journal of Indexes and Encyclopedia of Modern Money Management.
The national economy is consistently on the mind of business owners and investors and finds prominence for everyone in four year intervals as we compare candidates and their respective platforms. The economic health of the country is vital to our future, including the ability to fund liabilities while providing an environment of prosperity for forthcoming generations…Read More
When we dissect investors’ behavior in the aftermath of the UK’s decision to leave the EU, we see the primary reason that markets have failed time and again: the innate human need to feel in control. The next evolution of financial theory will yield improved performance – mitigating risk and increasing return – by looking beneath our behavior…Read More
When asked what transformational document was created in 1776 that produced the world’s only superpower of today, many Americans would answer, “The Declaration of Independence.” And they would be correct in the year this historic document was signed. But these same citizens of the world’s largest economy would actually be wrong in their answer…Read More