Why investor behaviour needs to change, part one

Why investor behaviour needs to change, part one

Posted on: 14 March 2014

Carl Richards is the author of 'Behavior Gap' and producer of the 'Sketch Guy' column in the New York Times. We tracked him down on his recent visit to Britain to speak at the Nucleus Financial Conference, where he used his trademark sketches and humour to deliver a serious message: time and time again, our behaviour as investors runs counter to investing logic, with an in-built compulsion to buy and sell at completely the wrong time.

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