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The human mind was not optimized to make decisions about money. We share cognitive and emotional biases that can lead us astray. Virtus addresses different ways to transcend these hurdles and achieve better outcomes.

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Diversification Means Always Having to Say You're Sorry

If every piece of your portfolio is working really well, it means one of two things: you're incredibly lucky or you are not actually diversified.

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Taking Measure of the Markets

Making sense of the market means having perspective. We set the stage for thoughtful portfolio construction conversations with a look at a variety of factors impacting the market.

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Diversification Means Always Having to Say You're Sorry Presentation
Investors are their own worst enemy. Emotional and cognitive biases that are hard-wired into all of us are often the culprit in failing to meet our financial goals. Even “easy” lessons like “buy low, sell high” and “be diversified” are hard to abide by. In this fun and light discussion, we tackle these biases head-on, validate their shared nature, and offer some actionable steps to make better decisions.
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