The evolution of behavioural finance, and why the topic is so important to money success
The most common cognitive biases that affect us all as investors
How you can identify your own investment blind spots and adjust your behaviour accordingly
When it comes to money, your mindset has more power than you’d think! Behavioural Finance seeks to explain situations where real people make real financial decisions that might not be easily explained or predicted by traditional economic theories.
In this guide, we look at a different aspect of behavioural economics as a way of examining just how much our decisions can be influenced by factors other than the cold, hard calculations we might think we’re making as informed investors.
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We’re all prone to making bad financial decisions that impact our long term financial wellbeing. Understanding what these situations are, and the sorts of things you can do to stop them, will result in a better investment experience and a more harmonious relationship with your financial planner.
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