Market Ethos: Core Income Refresh – Part 1 Rate Sensitives

Core Income Refresh – Part 1 Rate Sensitives Chris Kerlow, CFA Anchoring bias and regret aversion bias are two behavioural investment biases that can impact how an investor views existing holdings or positions. These can lead to preconceived notions or views on a company enduring, even when the available information has changed. Or the desire to not feel regret by crystalizing a...

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