Don’t trust your gut when investing, says survey
When it comes to investing, following your gut feeling is the wrong approach, according to the findings of a survey of Canadian investors conducted by Hennick Wealth Management.
The survey results, which were released this week, found that 69.2 per cent of men with a high income ($100K - $149K) regretted making an investment decision based on emotion or a gut instinct. The survey found almos...
by The IIJ Staff June 23, 2017, 9:45 a.m.