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MoneyTalk: avoiding the anchoring effect

MoneyTalk tells you what you need to know to manage your investments better.

In this clip, Dan Lane explores how an anchoring bias can affect your investment decisions and why it pays to keep it in mind when you plan ahead.

Transcript - Investing? It’s all in your head

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