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Charlie Munger: Destroy Your Old Ideas Don’t Compound Them

Anchoring is a cognitive bias where an individual relies too heavily on an initial piece of information. Investors are particularly susceptible to this cognitive bias because there are so many different data points that can act as an anchor when making decisions about a company or stock.

Q4 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc

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