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This is the sixth and final post in a series giving our response to the FCA’s Call for Input on how to apply behavioural finance to help people make engaged investment choices more comfortably and confidently, and what role regulations can play in helping that to happen.

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Oxford Risk has launched a landmark study of human noise and inconsistencies in the advice process.

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Sustainable and would-be-sustainable investors are distinguished by attitudes far more than by demographics, and points to six 'social investment profiles' that indicate characteristics of different representative groups of the investing population.

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The trouble with cool heads is that they make plans for other cool heads, when in fact they should be making plans for an entirely different beast.

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Classical finance asks us to believe the investment journey does not matter. That is a mistake. Ignoring strong intuitions of the investors who have to endure the journey is always a mistake. When we lack comfort with our portfolio, we will act in costly ways to acquire it.

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