A gap exists between the rate of return an investment would earn in a fixed period, and the return an investor in reality earns from that very investment. The latter, more often than not, being much less as investors move their money around in an emotional response to whatever is happening in the market.
Carl Richards, author of The Behaviour Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things with Money believes that behaviour is what will eventually work for, or against, the investor.
Here are some learnings from his blog posts. You can access all the posts on BehaviorGap.com.
Investment success is not about skill — it is about behaviour.
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