When it comes to investing, it turns out that the rich are just like me and you, only with a few more zeros. They too worry about investment losses more than they appreciate gains. They too often let emotion hold sway over their investing decisions.
So says Eric Golberg co-author of a new book called The Wealth Solution and the Director of Wealth Management for Loring Ward, a San Jose, Calif.-based investment manager with more than $7 billion in assets under management that published the book.
Golberg should know. Continue reading