How does your attitude to loss impact your investing?

How does your attitude to loss impact your investing?

Franklin Templeton, John Beck

If one of your investments falls short of your expectations, you may be more risk averse when making other investment decisions later down the track. This is known as ‘loss aversion’ and can throw your investment goals off course. Franklin Templeton explains the mindset behind this, and how speaking with an adviser can help to keep your emotions in check when investing.

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