investor behavior


5 Tips to Control Your Fear in Retirement

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Fear of Money or Losing Money can Force Bad Investment Behavior Chrematophobia (also called Chrometophobia)   

Why You Should Ignore Market Doomsayers and Their Meltdown Theories

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Members of “Armageddon, Inc.” who constantly predict doom and gloom aren’t really trying to help you.

How to Determine Your Bond-to-Stock Asset Allocation

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One way is determining your risk tolerance.

The Benefit of Asset Consolidation

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Do you need more than one adviser?

Why Standard Deviation Matters When Choosing Investments

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Volatility often causes people to make decisions that may not be in their best interest.

Are You a Trader or an Investor?

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You might think you’re one, but act like the other.

Does Your Risk Tolerance Match Your Risk Capacity?

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What is the difference?

Don’t Fear the Reaper, or, the Volatility of the Stock Market

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Both are certainties of life.

Investor Behavior, Not Market Timing, Matters More in Your Portfolio

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I have been anxiously awaiting the 2012 edition of Dalbar’s Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior.   

Too Much of a Good Thing

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The risk of concentrated positions.

5 Ways to Embrace Volatility

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Investors may be better served to embrace the volatility of the stock market.

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