by Cynthia Harrington
Proponents of “behavioral finance” gained credibility during the recent boom-and-bust cycle. Investors can become irrational and their irrational behavior affects their ability to profit from owning stocks and bonds, say behaviorists. Some advisors have learned to work with clients’ natural tendencies and are making their lives easier as a result.
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