Social media can be a tool for gauging the perceptions of others, be it the market's receptivity to a company's product or the feelings investors have about a particular stock or bond.
It turns out how we take on investment risk is in large measure a function of our genetics. Other factors play a role, but our genes seem to exert the most influence according to a recent study.
If you would like to separate yourself from the crowd of highly motivated and highly intelligent candidates try adding the following to your arsenal of skills: absolute vs. relative decision making.
At the recent CFA Society of the UK Annual Conference in London, Michael Mauboussin, chief investment officer at Legg Mason Capital Management, laid out some best practices, including paying attention to process versus outcome, having the odds in one’s favor, and understanding the role of time.
Anxiety is an instinctively powerful force that stands in the way of good investment decisions. Here are some timeless tips for overcoming its effects.
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