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June 14, 2018

Top Plays

 

“Have you ever thought to yourself in the midst of a traffic jam: There better be an accident up there or this is ridiculous.”

When it comes to the ups-and-downs of the Markets, simply sitting in traffic can teach us a lot about why, as humans, we’re often blindly inclined to loss aversion behavior.

Read more at Playing in Traffic 

[The link provided redirects to an original post by Ben Carlson, A Wealth of Common Sense.]

 

“Your father and I know nothing about money.”

How an investment adviser shaped his approach to investing by watching his mother, a woman who self-admittedly knew nothing about money.

Read more at Three Investing Lessons from My Mom

[The link provided redirects to an original post by Dougal Williams, Enterprising Investor, CFA Institute.]


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