16 Sep '11, 9am

Anchoring as a Self Defeating Psychological Bias in Trading

Anchoring as a Self Defeating Psychological Bias in Trading by Martin Lee on September 16, 2011 The other day, I was conducting a training session on the psychological aspects of investment to a group of financial advisers. Being able to control some of these psychological elements go a long way towards differentiating a successful investor from an unsuccessful one. This is something that is easier said than done but for a start, it is good to be aware of some of these factors (often self-defeating) that exists in all of us. “Investing is not a game where the guy with the 160 IQ beats the guy with the 130 IQ. Once you have ordinary intelligence, … Tagged as: Trading Read the full article → Related posts:Average Down or Pyramid Up? (2) Unconventional Strategies: How David Beats Goliath Is trading suitable for you?

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