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3 important things to remember after an investing near miss

According to Vanguard’s research How America Invests 2020, advised households have a tighter range of equity holdings, exhibiting less extreme allocations and, therefore, a more disciplined approach to investing. This observation is a result of Vanguard making portfolio allocation decisions as the advisor.

Sources:

Robin Dillon-Merrill, Catherine H. Tinsley, and Matthew A. Cronin. 2012. “How Near-Miss Events Amplify or Attenuate Risky Decision Making.” Management Science 58 (9): 1596–1613.

Robin Dillon-Merrill and Catherine H. Tinsley. 2005. “‘Whew! That Was Close’: How Near-Miss Events Bias Subsequent Decision Making Under Risk.” Academy of Management Proceedings 1: B1–B6. Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management.

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