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Welcome to the Financial Bottom Line. This show is for hard working Americans who have their life savings in the Wall Street casino and are concerned about the current levels of the market. If you're interested in getting educated about how to participate in UNLIMITED market UPSIDE with NO downside exposure, then sit back..turn it up and learn a few thing that will greatly enhance your retirement.
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Mar 2, 2018

The Optimism Bias is a cognitive bias that causes a person to believe that they are at a lesser risk of experiencing a negative event compared to others.  The optimistic bias is seen in a number of situations. For example: people believing that they are less at risk of being a crime victim, smokers believing that they are less likely to contract lung cancer or disease than other smokers, first-time bungee jumpers believing that they are less at risk of an injury than other jumpers, or traders who think they are less exposed to losses in the markets. 

In this episode Blair discusses the Optimism Bias and a Market Watch article.

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