CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Plenty of consumers have made or routinely make impulse buys — but when it comes to buying stocks, investors typically want to give their purchases a little more thought. 

But that doesn’t always happen, given the most recent MagnifyMoney survey finds 66% of investors have regretted an impulsive or emotionally charged investing decision.

Emotions can certainly play a role in major financial decisions such as buying a house or paying for college, but more calculated, logical decisions not based on fleeting feelings might be a better investment strategy. MagnifyMoney researchers surveyed more than 1,100 investors to see if they let emotions influence their portfolios.

Key Findings:

  • 66% of investors have made an impulsive or emotionally charged investing…

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