Investing psychology is even more important when investing in the stock market than financial analysis. Behavioral finance is an excellent way to get to know yourself that can prevent you from making terrible investment mistakes. Investing mistakes lead to terrible investing returns even if the stock market performs well. Especially stock market beginners get under behavioral influences. Concepts like loss aversion, the emotional investing cycle, recency bias, probability neglect can really help you do well even if a stock market crash or stock market collapse comes in 2018. Such psychological principles are also applicable to personal finances.
Should You Go All In On Water Like Michael Burry?
Water investments? Michael Burry was one of the first institutional investors to bet against the US subprime mortgage market in the mid-2000s, and today he’s concentrating all of his investment efforts on one commodity: water. Burry’s focus on water has attracted plenty of attention to the commodity in the investment community but trying to profit Read More