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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - These days we have access to a lot of information when it comes to investing. Talk of snow causes people to panic about running out of bread, milk and eggs. Continuous access to the dramatic portrayal of the markets can also create fear and cause investors to make emotional decisions about their investments.
Matt Allgeyer from Wamhoff Financial Planning and Accounting talks about how to avoid the traps of emotional investing.