First, prominent members of the opposing Democratic party are voicing support. That includes both Nancy Pelosi in the House of Representatives and Charles Schumer in the Senate. Wall Street bigwigs Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein, both Democrats, agree.
Anchoring is one. We’re often told to go with the first thing that pops into our minds, whether it’s the answer to a multiple choice test question or a trivial decision about which dessert to pick. It implies your first thought is pure instinct, a ‘blink’ decision (popularised by Malcom Gladwell), derived from subconscious data. Second-guessing yourself supposedly dilutes the magic.
The standard form of portfolio diversity seems obvious. Everyone will tell you to buy stocks in multiple unrelated sectors. , you might purchase bank stocks, pharmaceutical shares, construction holdings, beauty products, and something from the education sector. Market research will inform the specific companies you target. However, there’s a mistake many investors make – even seasoned ones. They keep things local.