This Psychological Hurdle Could Kill Your Returns
This video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which analyst Rex Moore discusses topics across the investing world.
Over the next several days, Rex and analyst Buck Hartzell will take a look at the psychology of investing. It's a fascinating subject, and understanding it can mean hundreds of thousands of dollars to you as an investor.
See the rest of the series:
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- You Have Biases. Get Over Them.
- If You Wait for Certainty, It's Too Late
- Should You Avoid These Glittering Stocks?
- Avoid These Costly Mistakes
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