This week I talk to Kate Stalter about cognitive biases and how they affect investment decisions.
She’s a journalist turned financial adviser so we also chat about how media coverage can influence people’s biases.
Welcome to episode 151 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.
What you’ll hear about in this episode
- Kate’s career from journalist to financial adviser, and more specifically financial educator
- How news media across the globe affects investments decisions
- The US perspective on active versus passive investments
- Avoiding cognitive biases when making financial planning decisions
- Home country bias and its effect on investment portfolios
Who is Kate Stalter?
Kate works for Better Money Decisions, a US financial adviser firm, and lives in Albuquerque.
She’s been a journalist writing in-depth market analysis for Investor’s Business Daily. She hosted the Daily Stock Analysis and Market Wrap videos on Investors.com and taught Investor’s Business Daily live seminars throughout the US.
She still contributes to Forbes, US News & World Report and TheStreet, but her main focus is helping clients around the US who face decisions about portfolio allocation, Social Security strategies, insurance needs, estate planning, college funding and all manner of financial questions.
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