Fund managers don’t wear halos

There’s a phenomenon psychologists describe as the halo effect. It refers to our tendency to use one piece of evidence about someone to form an overall impression of them. It’s very common in the fund industry. When a manager performs well, even over a short period of time, we assume they will carry on outperforming in the future. A video on the Bloomsbury Wealth YouTube Channel.


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