Psychology: the investment rollercoaster


Psychology: the investment rollercoasterPsychology: the investment rollercoasterPsychology: the investment rollercoaster

Psychology: the investment rollercoaster

Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, discusses the rollercoaster of investor emotions and how investor psychology works over the market cycle.

 


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