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Who Would Have Thought? 2023 is a great example of using what happened vs what was predicted as a key lesson to improve our decision-making (and willingness to be swayed by short-term swings) going forward. This is especially true in the investment realm.Read More >
Market and Economic Forecasts.
The brain may be filled with gray matter, but it hates gray areas. And there are few other places we find gray areas (uncertainty) than in the economies and markets of the world. One word of caution: our innate desire for certainty leaves us prone to fall for the illusion of certainty. Market and economic forecasts often provide an illusion of certainty.Read More >
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