Behavioral finance expert: These common mistakes will cost investors money during the coronavirus

Behavioral finance expert John Forlines III, a professor at Duke University, says that people tend to make more mistakes when they are emotional, and the coronavirus presents a perfect storm of reasons to be anxious. He says having a solid plan is the most important part to making good decisions. Watch this video to learn about the other mistakes investors are making during the coronavirus and how to correct them.
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Wed, Apr 29 20209:29 AM EST
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