Posted by on Jul 2, 2018 in Articles & Advice, Blog, Columns, Featured |

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By Jason Zweig | June 29, 2018 7:00 am ET


In what’s often called the behavior gap, investors underperform the investments they own, partly because they tend to buy high and sell low instead of vice versa.

New evidence suggests investors may be behaving better — but they aren’t turning into financial angels.


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Jason Zweig, Your Money and Your Brain

Jason Zweig, The Devil’s Financial Dictionary

Benjamin Graham, The Intelligent Investor

Jason Zweig, The Little Book of Safe Money





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