Daily Archives: April 29, 2014

Make Fewer Decisions

My friend Bob Seawright has a great piece up on ThinkAdvisor titled “How Advisors Can Make Better Decisions.”  It is a great read and explores how our behavioral biases lead us to make terrible decisions and how we can combat that. But (in my opinion) we are missing one step: first, make fewer decisions. Investors […]

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