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Saving Investors From Themselves

Originally posted on Above the Market:
Jason Zweig is the personal finance columnist for The Wall Street Journal.  His columns appear in the week-end edition of the Journal and are always well worth reading.  Last week he deservedly (if tardily)…

Posted in Behavioral Finance

Have You Researched Your Car More Than Your Portfolio?

Have You Researched Your Car More Than Your Portfolio? Engagement in other areas of life doesn’t correspond with taking an active hand in investing, Schwab finds (April, 2013) This research is conducted for American market, but I bet the trend

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How Did Common-Sense Investing Become Controversial?

How Did Common-Sense Investing Become Controversial? via How Did Common-Sense Investing Become Controversial?.

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Investment Advice From Your Mother

INVESTMENT ADVICE FROM YOUR MOTHER Very interesting point of view on investment’s basis, or how approach your mother’s advice to your investment’s strategies. 

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Modern Portfolio Theory vs. Behavioral Finance

Modern Portfolio Theory vs. Behavioral Finance This is quite interesting article by Investopedia about Modern Portfolio Theory vs. Behavioral Finance.

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Using Vanguard Performance History to See the Best Long Term Investments

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