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Friday, May 11, 2018
How to guard against overconfidence when investing

Of all the behavioural biases that stop investors achieving the best results, one of the most damaging is optimism bias. A closely related issue is overconfidence, which again can be very detrimental. LISA BORTOLOTTI is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Birmingham, and an expert on optimism bias. In this interview she explains […]

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