emotional neutrality


Occurs when an investor removes emotions, such as greed and fear, from their decisions regarding finance and investments. This is done in order to remove emotional weight from making objective decisions about financial matters so that the best decision can be made strictly with regard to the actual investment and the potential return.
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emotional intelligence (EI) empirical duration