Why are people so passionate about holding onto certain stocks?
In today’s episode, Jim Black explores the emotional side of investing and the risks that come with becoming too attached to your stocks.
Investing in stocks can be a great way to accumulate the income you need and want for the rest of your life. But if you become too emotionally connected to your stocks, you could lose sight of their purpose and risk losing your happily ever after.
Tune in and learn about the two types of emotional attachments that Jim observes with clients, why these attachments are concerning, and the questions we all need to ask ourselves about the stocks we own.
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