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Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
Behavioural Gap

Behavioural Gap

Refilwe speaks to Vimal Chagan | Divisional Head for Savings and Investment at Liberty.

Considering the dire state of retirement outcomes, coupled with the shrinking economy,
investors’ “behavioural gap” should be a top priority for financial advisers, says Paul
Nixon, the head of technical marketing and behavioural finance at Momentum

Nixon says investors are exposed to an emotional roller-coaster, which climbs with a
bull market and comes crashing down as market sentiment turns bearish, and acting on
these emotions results in a cost in the form of lower returns. This cost is commonly
referred to as a “behavioural gap”.

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