The Capitalist Investor - Episode 66

In this special throwback episode of The Capitalist Investor, Derek and I cover 5 behavioral finance errors to keep in mind (and steer away from): confirmation bias, information bias, loss aversion, the oversimplification tendency, and hindsight bias. If you need to make better decisions with your portfolio, this is a can’t-miss episode!

5 Behavioral Finance Errors to Avoid Making With Your Strategy, Ep #9 

Outline of This Episode

  • [1:22] Misbehavior costs you
  • [2:53] Confirmation bias
  • [4:36] Information bias
  • [7:34] Loss aversion
  • [10:23] Oversimplification tendency
  • [12:30] Hindsight bias

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Keep Listening to The Capitalist Investor:
Episode 8:
Special – Coronavirus and the Economic Shutdown, Ep #8
Episode 26:
Joe Rogan Embraces Capitalism, Ep #26
Episode 41:
The Rise of Sports Betting and the Ways to Play It, Ep #41
Episode 57:
10 Ways to Kickstart Your Financial Fitness Routine, Ep #57
Episode 9:
5 Behavioral Finance Errors to Avoid Making With Your Strategy, Ep #9 
Episode 27:
The Bubbles of this Crisis – Employees and Commercial Real Estate, Ep #27
Episode 42:
The Allure of Investing Apps Like Robinhood and Their Impact on Investing, Ep #42
Episode 58:
The January Effect – Fact or Fiction? Ep #58