Do you ever compare your portfolio to other people’s portfolios?
Comparison is the ultimate killjoy. It’s a crazy-making behavior that only serves to distract investors. In fact, Some people are never satisfied with their returns because they’re caught up in comparing themselves to others.
Today, Matt Halloran and Mark Pearson uncover the downfalls of comparing. They discuss the role that media plays in perpetuating comparison, and they explain how investors can end up making misguided decisions when they’re comparing their portfolios to others’.
You won’t want to miss this episode!
Click below the image to tune in as Mark offers expert advice to help you break out of the comparison cycle.
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