If you are a person who might call "financially experienced" you probably know and manage information on movements-or-markets where it operates, has experience in financial transactions, is able to analyze and link data to anticipate trends and make decisions based on their findings and predictions. It is also likely to be able to provide some advice and tips for financial success, from their knowledge and experience to date. It certainly will have an idea of the value of their assets. What gives value to your most important asset: your brain? Whatever the level of financial efficiency with which you rate yourself today How much known about the workings of their own decision-making center, ie your brain and nervous system? What influence do you think are your emotions when you decide to buy, sell or hold market paper? What you assess sensory data to operate financially, and that would measure risk aversion? Biologically, the brain (part of brain) is the center supervisor of the nervous system: a network of highly specialized tissue, composed primarily of neurons-cells that are interconnected in complex ways, "that have the property to coordinate multiple functions the body, forming a structural network that is about 100 times more complex than the global telephone network. The brain processes sensory information, controls and coordinates the movement and behavior. It is responsible for cognition, emotion, memory and learning. The processing and storage capacity of a standard human brain than the best computers today. Until not long ago, it was thought that the brain had exclusive operating areas, until by means of imaging it was determined that when performing a function, the brain acts similarly to a symphony orchestra, several areas interacting with each other.