When you don’t have clarity in your investing, biases can derail your actual objectives.
In this episode, Mark Pearson talks with returning guest, Chuck Etzweiler, MBA, CIMA®, CFP®, CMT to discuss common investing biases. They share three of the six biases in investing to help you make more informed investing decisions.
Mark and Chuck discuss:
- How to overcome the loss aversion bias
- The definition of a narrow framing bias
- How seeking clarity can allow you to be free from anchor bias
- And more
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About Our Guest:
With more than three decades of investment industry experience, Chuck Etzweiler, MBA, CIMA®, CFP®, CMT directs the on-going research efforts of the firm, much of which help both advisors and clients understand the philosophy and strategy of Nepsis, Inc. in a deeper manner.
A high percentage of the focus of the research is centered around money manager pitfalls, investor short-comings and repetitive behavioral biases that detract clients from earning optimal returns.