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Curious Investor Behaviour - Number 3 Confirmation Bias Once we have made a decision or formed a view, we subconsciously emphasise information which reinforces that...

Curious Investor Behaviour - Number 4 Over-Confidence According to multiple studies into human behaviour, the majority of people consider themselves superior in most day-to-day activities -...

Curious Investor Behaviour - Number 5 Herding When investors are uncertain about the value of financial instruments, they typically default to a herding impulse; part of...

Curious Investor Behaviour - Number 6 Conservatism Bias People tend to cling tenaciously to an opinion. Even when circumstances have changed, most people find it...

Curious Investor Behaviour - Number 7 Hindsight Bias The mind seems to retain information in a series of compressed narratives, and to update "history" as...

Curious Investor Behaviour - Number 6 Anchoring Faced with uncertainty, investors will grasp at any fixed point of reference when forming opinions. In a classic experiment, behavioural psychologists Kahneman...