cycle of investor emotional behaviour

Market briefing 6th June 2024 – The cycle of investor emotional behaviour

In this issue, we review ‘the cycle of investor emotional behaviour’. Psychological studies have investigated the connection between emotions and judgments. For example, when things are going well, it may feel that nothing can go wrong. And when things go badly, we often take drastic, and potentially harsh action.

Being aware of these emotions can help investors in broadly knowing when to make good – and avoid making bad – investment decisions. In other words, helping to potentially mitigate the risks and maximise the opportunities.

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