Course 407: Psychology and Investing
The Bottom Line
In this course
1 Introduction
2 Overconfidence
3 Selective Memory
4 Self-Handicapping
5 Loss Aversion
6 Sunk Costs
7 Anchoring
8 Confirmation Bias
9 Mental Accounting
10 Framing Effect
11 Herding
12 The Bottom Line

In this brief overview of behavioral finance, we've touched on the major tendencies that influence everyday investors. Being aware of these influences can make it less likely that you will succumb to them.

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