The first rule of the Dunning-Kruger club is, you don’t know that you’re a member of. A Slovenian news portal ran a terrific article the other day that also featured an interview with professor David Dunning, who together with Justin Kruger discovered the behavioral bias known today as the Dunning-Kruger effect. The effect was describedContinue reading “The Dunning-Kruger effect and retirement saving”
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Did the stock market volatility in 2020 affect asset allocation of pension plan members?
We all remember the roller coaster ride stock markets had in the year 2020 that started in march with a sharp drop in stocks of almost all sectors and industries, followed by equally or even higher rises of some industries in the later months of the year. All in all, most of the markets recoveredContinue reading “Did the stock market volatility in 2020 affect asset allocation of pension plan members?”