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Impulse buyer?  A study from Duke University suggests people are wired to value things that make them feel good immediately; what does this mean for your wallet? People are more likely to spend big bucks for something they’re instantly attracted to. Feeling happy before an acquirement can tell you how much you’ll enjoy that item, but it can also direct you to spend money on things you don’t need.

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