By Jack Forehand (@practicalquant) There are so many biases that can hurt your returns in investing that it is hard to keep track of them. There is also no shortage of advice being given on how to recognize these biases and combat them. This advice would lead you to believe that if you just did certain things, you could escape their impact and prevent them from hurting you. There is one major problem with this… Read More
With market volatility increasing at times in recent months, Kiplinger’s Anne Kates Smith says investors should be particularly careful not to let emotion and behavioral biases impact their investment decisions.
Top fund manager John W. Rogers Jr. says investors often fall prey to behavioral biases, and good value investors can benefit from that.