What investors can learn from the stock market ‘correction’
By Adam Shell
To avoid making rash decisions, keep a financial diary, or “investing journal,” that details your portfolio changes and the logic behind them, advises Dan Egan, director of behavioral finance and investing at Betterment, an online and digital financial advisory firm.
“Go back and revisit your trades and see what you were thinking about at the time,” says Egan.Read the Original Article
This article originally published February 20th, 2018 on USA Today