Mental Models: How to OVERCOME Biases that keep you from Investing Success: #22
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Biases are part of the cognitive architecture of the brain. We can't avoid biases but we can think analytically and put speed bumps in our way to force us to check our assumptions. Biases covered included under the umbrellas of Attention biases, Memory bias, and Knowledge bias. Visit for more insights and watch our for forthcoming book November, 2019 on Bia$:A guide to improving your financial success.
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