The Evidence-Based Investor (TEBI) looks at an investment approach based on evidence, one that is grounded in empirical research and the long-term observation of markets and how they work. This is not an approach based on guesswork, gut feeling or hunches, or the idea that any single person has some magic formula for seeing into the future. It is an approach based on verifiable facts and observation.

Learn how you can deal with volatility by examining some of the common biases or shortcuts identified by behavioral finance. These include:
  • Hindsight Bias
  • Overconfidence
  • Loss Aversion
  • Narrative Fallacy
  • Recency Bias

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Learn how you can deal with volatility by examining some of the common biases or shortcuts identified by behavioral finance. These include:
  • Hindsight Bias
  • Overconfidence
  • Loss Aversion
  • Narrative Fallacy
  • Recency Bias

 100% Secure. We Never Share Your Email.