Sep 27, 2016
This episode is part one of a six-part series on the illusions of investing. Paul admits that he believed many of these common illusions during the early years of his financial career and wouldn't be surprised if your current financial advisor still believes them today. This episode dives into the illusion of stock picking and how mutual funds sweeten their success rate by closing their poor-performing funds down. Find out more on today's episode.
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