You are rational with your money. You spend weeks agonizing over the new microwave oven. When it comes to buying stocks, however, the story is different. There is something about money and investing that causes temporary lapses in logic and reason. It leads you to sell at the bottom and buy at the top. Your brain tricks you into poor investment decisions.
5 Ways Your Brain Tricks You Into Poor Investment Decisions [INFOGRAPHIC] below
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