Advisor Perspectives welcomes guest contributions. The views presented here do not necessarily represent those of Advisor Perspectives. Humans are an intriguing lot. We are bombarded with information in real time. We spend countless hours listening to the news or music, browsing the internet, reading books or magazines, watching television, movies, and sports, or otherwise engaging in activities not directly related to eating, reproduction and basic survival. As indicated in this study, our curiosity drives much of the global economy. It’s so important that lack of this trait is a symptom of depression.