Behavioral Biases in Investment Decision-Making
WEBINAR: How to Guard Against Emotional Investing in a Bear Market
Are you seeing a lot of red lately?
Behavior biases for investors in the stock market today are more common than one might think. Especially now, it is important to prevent emotions from back-seat-driving your investment decisions. Recent market volatility has helped investors and their advisors to discover strengths (or opportunities) in their investment risk tolerance. Times like these test the endurance of different types of investors— it’s no wonder why so many find themselves insecurely selling at lows and buying at highs. To avoid major pitfalls of bias with investment decisions, we need to understand more about what drives behavioral biases in investment decision-making.
How can we guard ourselves against emotional investing in a bear market? Tap into insights on behavioral economics with REDW Wealth advisors Daniel Yu and Christine Papelian on November 2nd. You’ll learn important steps to help “mind the bear” and better understand your own behavioral biases with investment decision-making.
Register for our complimentary webinar taking place on Wednesday, November 2 at 11:30 am MT. When you sign up, you’ll also get looped into our monthly educational webinar series!
|Date:||Wednesday, November 2 @ 11:30 AM MT|
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|Presenters:||Daniel Yu, CFA®, CFP®, AIF®, Co-Chief Investment Officer and Senior Investment Manager|
|Christine Papelian, CFP®, CWS®, CDFA®, Senior Financial Planning Manager|
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Disclosure statement: Information and instruction shared for this webinar from REDW Wealth does not guarantee desired outcomes or performance and quality of services provided to REDW Wealth clients by REDW Wealth or its employees. Past performance does not guarantee future results. All investing comes with risk, including risk of loss.