Tag: psychology of investing
Rob Barbara

Our Primitive Brain: An Impediment to Investment Success

My first post on the topic of behavioural finance introduced the idea that investors, rather than listening to logic that tells them to buy low and sell high, do just the opposite and let their emotions drive investment decisions – … Read More →

Rob Barbara

Emotional Investing is Bad for your Wealth

Each year I visit my Alma Mater, the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, to teach a seminar to MBA students. It’s one of the highlights of my year because I’m given a soapbox by my … Read More →