Behavioral Finance: Why Not Knowing Stock Names Could Help


Playing blind appears to be the way to make money using behavioral finance. Tom Howard, chief executive of AthenaInvest, tells John Authers why not knowing the names of your investments or the purchase price can help in making the right decisions.

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