When it comes to investment decision making, is there a place for emotion? A lot of the behaviour in markets is inevitably emotionally charged, with investors favouring information that supports their entrenched views.
The contrarian investor's job is to be aware of the emotions involved in investment decisions, to challenge accepted thinking, be sceptical of trends and remain open-minded when other investors walk away....
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