An actuary by training, Douglas first joined Platinum in 2003 as an investment analyst, having spent some time at the Commonwealth Bank as a product actuary and, prior to that.. More
Douglas Isles discusses four common behavioural problems that make the journey of investing particularly challenging for investors. An understanding of each of these can help address some of the barriers that prevent investors from staying the course and meeting their retirement goals.
Read the paper written by Douglas Isles (Investment Specialist), contributed to the Portfolio Construction Forum:
Loss Aversion, 'FoMo', Anxiety and Mistiming
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