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June 30, 2020
Minimize Regret Over Maximizing Returns

By Doug Buchan

“Maximizing returns” is a phrase that you’ll hear bandied about ad nauseam on both Wall Street and Main Street. As in, “My goal is to maximize my returns.” Is it though? Is that really the goal?... Read more

Behavioral Finance / Investing / Retirement

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June 29, 2020
Cultivating an Abundance Mindset, Even in Difficult Times

By Becca Craig

Cultivating an “abundance mindset” might be far down your list of what needs attention today. In times such as these, you might even believe that the thing most in abundance right now is a mounti... Read more

Behavioral Finance

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June 9, 2020
Money and Happiness

By Susan Strasbaugh

“Wealth is not his that has it, but his that enjoys it.” – Benjamin Franklin Contrary to the popular saying, money can buy happiness, but only if you spend it in the right way. Behavioral economi... Read more

Behavioral Finance / Financial Planning

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April 5, 2018
2017: Another Bad Year for Expert Predictions

By J. William G. Chettle

This article is featured in the spring edition of our 360 Insights Quarterly Client Newsletter. Every year, experts make bold pronouncements about the market and the economy. And every year, most... Read more

Behavioral Finance / Investing

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March 20, 2018
Feeling Nervous About the Stock Market? Watch This 3-Minute Video

By J. William G. Chettle

As the second longest bull market in U.S. history continues (with occasional blips), many investors are worried about when the inevitable downturn will occur. While no one enjoys a market correct... Read more

Behavioral Finance / Investing / Volatility

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February 15, 2018
3 Common Investing Mistakes and How To Avoid Them

By Loring Ward Team

Information about how investors really make decisions is being researched all the time. However, work in the field of behavioral finance — some of which has won the Nobel Prize in economics — has... Read more

Behavioral Finance / Investing

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February 7, 2018
Where Advisors Shine (and Robo-Advisors Don’t): Individualized Behavioral Coaching

By Steven J. Atkinson

“The dominant determinant of real-life, long-term investment outcomes is not investment performance, it’s investor behavior.”   — Nick Murray, author When it comes to investing, almost ever... Read more

Behavioral Finance / Investing / Volatility

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February 5, 2018
Putting the Recent Market Volatility in Perspective

By Matthew J. Carvalho

“Sell everything… We think investors should be afraid.”1 “Stronger US Dollar, weaker oil/commodity prices, weaker world trade, weaker EM (and global growth)… and repeat. The economy seems t... Read more

Behavioral Finance / Investing / Volatility

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January 18, 2018
Change How You Think About Bull Market Investing

By Patrick McDermott

This article is featured in the winter edition of our 360 Insights Quarterly Client Newsletter.  Many months of stock market highs have led investors to ask, “How long is this going to last, and... Read more

Behavioral Finance / Investing

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January 11, 2018
A Bowl of Cashews and the Nobel-Prize Lesson of Self-Control

By Meir Statman

This article is featured in the winter edition of our 360 Insights Quarterly Client Newsletter.  Richard Thaler was recently honored with the Nobel Prize in Economics for his pioneering work in h... Read more

Behavioral Finance

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