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In my class, I try to introduce a topic and then give my…

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In my class, I try to introduce a topic and then give my students a discussion question to work through so I can make sure that everyone is catching on. This discussion question relates back to the disposition effect, or the bias towards selling winning stocks and away from losing stocks. If you need a refresher, you can see the entire behavioral economics playlist here.

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In my class, I try to introduce a topic and then give my students a discussion question to work through so I can make sure that everyone is catching on. This discussion question relates back to the disposition effect, or the bias towards selling winning stocks and away from losing stocks. If you need a refresher, you can see the entire behavioral economics playlist here.

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