Investment decisions

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Investment decisions are made by investors and investment managers.

Investors commonly perform investment analysis by making use of fundamental analysis, technical analysis and gut feel.

Investment decisions are often supported by decision tools. The portfolio theory is often applied to help the investor achieve a satisfactory return compared to the risk taken.

Investment decision biases[edit]

Bad decisions are often followed by a feeling of investor's remorse.

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