Knowing these problem solving rules will make you a better investor

Behavioral finance expert John Forlines III, a professor at Duke University, says that humans are hardwired to make decisions in specific ways. The tendency that hurts investors most often is availability bias, which leads you to place too much value on recent events. Watch this video to learn more about how you can scientifically make better investment decisions.
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