#TIL on Money Mind: The Ostrict Effect


Money Mind 2019/2020:

#TIL on Money Mind: The Ostrict Effect

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In behavioural finance, the Ostrich Effect describes investors who ignore negative investment information during bad market conditions. Is it a good idea to pretend bad news doesn’t exist?


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