When investing, consider your “confirmation bias”
A recent study shows people are twice as likely to seek information that confirms their beliefs than they are to consider evidence that contradicts them. Wall Street Journal Intelligent Investor columnist Jason Zweig tells Kelsey Hubbard how this “confirmation bias” can influence their financial decisions.
Source: The Wall Street Journal, November 13, 2009.
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