Investing Resolutions for 2014

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Psychology plays an enormous role in investing behavior, and it can lead even the best investors to occasionally make mistakes. This means we should sometimes stop and ask ourselves, "How can I be a better investor this year?"

In this video, several Motley Fool analysts around Fool HQ take a moment to answer the question, "What are my investing resolutions for 2014?" They discuss the importance of continuing to learn, continuing to buy and hold great companies, focusing on diversification, and seeking out the hidden gems that the market may be overlooking.

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