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Falk posits that the following describe investing done correctly, except:
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Understanding a simple choice architecture for when you’re either ahead or of behind an investing goal permits you to react less to Mr. Market’s bipolar behavior. It’s more about understanding what the best decision for you at that point in time is. Choice architecture includes the following options, except:
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Regret bias and activity bias are nasty twins in the bias world. The following are true about regret and activity bias, except:
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Falk posits that all you need to know about understanding risk includes the following, except:
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Everything you need to know about investing is summed up as follows, except: