The A to Z of Behavioral Bias

I’ve been plowing through this entire series of posts on behavioral biases over at the Psy-Fi Blog for a few weeks now. They’re a lot of fun and the series, in totality, is a pretty big achievement in financial blogging. These started coming out last June so you’re not late to it.

Each of the links below takes you to the relevant post at Psy-Fi, so have fun and think about how they apply to your own investing and trading habits:

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The A to Z of Behavioral Bias (Psy-Fi Blog)

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