In Love With A Loser’s Game
One of the greatest frustrations for me, and one of the great anomalies in finance, is that, given the overwhelming amount of evidence against active management and in favor of passive investing, a majority of investors keep playing a loser’s game. I offer four explanations for this phenomenon.
Read the full article at etf.com right here: Swedroe: Active Loser’s Game Also A Trap
As a shrewd investor, you must look for ways to give yourself an edge. Please read this very short article at Nocturne Capital and it will help you become a better investor. Enjoy!
Read the full article here: Probably: The Most Powerful Word In Investing
There is much to learn in the world of behavioral finance. Please read John Szramiak’s article to learn more.
Read the full article at ValueWalk.com right here: The Consequences of Panic Selling Are Almost Always Bad
Dr. Crosby is one of my favorite writers and speakers on the subject of Behavioral Finance. This podcast is only 10 minutes long. I enjoyed it a lot and I think you will too.
Synopsis of this podcast episode: It’s counterintuitive, but a growing body of research suggests that you just don’t like cheap things. In this episode, we discuss how price as a proxy for quality can be in dangerous in investing and give clues as to how behavioral investors can sever this spurious connection.
iTunes podcast link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wdidt-episode-6-value-investing-why-you-hate-cheap/id1241946146?i=1000389349159&mt=2
Player FM podcast link: https://player.fm/series/why-did-i-do-that/wdidt-episode-6-value-investing-and-why-you-hate-cheap-things