Avoiding Dangerous Investment Biases

Understanding common investor biases is the first step toward improving portfolio performance. Rather than letting their cognitive and emotional biases influence their investment decisions, investors should instead diversify geographically, rebalance their well-diversified portfolios at least annually, avoid reaching for yield, remain
level-headed, and take the long view. Click here for an insightful and practical article on these issues from James Liu and Anthony Wile from J.P. Morgan Funds.    
Scott Middleton