Do you rely on the wisdom of the crowd when investing?

Do you rely on the wisdom of the crowd when investing?

Franklin Templeton, John Beck

The concept of ‘herding’ refers to the idea that people are more comfortable relying on the wisdom of the crowd and doing the same thing as everyone else, even when what the crowd is doing might seem a little strange. Franklin Templeton explains how this applies to investing and what impact it can have on your portfolio.


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