Investors often make irrational choices against their best interests because of thinking errors—or cognitive biases. At the extreme, these biases can lead to catastrophes like the Dutch Tulip Bubble or the Dot-com Bubble, two of the largest investor errors in history.
How much do you know about the “cognitive biases” that consistently affect, often negatively, the decisions investors make?
QUIZ: IDENTIFY THE INVESTOR BEHAVIOUR
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