QUICK TIP - Emotional Investing

Greed, fear, euphoria, despair, over-confidence and regret. These are the greatest emotional obstacles in the way of stock market investing according to my guest Dr Stanley Teitelbaum. In this quick tip Stanley explains the range of emotions that contribute to our poor investing outcomes, the negative thoughts that we experience and the steps to take to minimise their impact.

Too many of us have internalized negative attitudes about ourselves as inadequate when it comes to managing our investments. Demystifying and overcoming these personal obstacles, along with acquiring and implementing several well-tested strategies can facilitate a greater degree of success.

Full episode available at: https://www.stocksforbeginners.net/blog/teitelbaum

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