Everyone wants definitive answers, or "the truth". This is especially the case in the investment world, where people are vying to make correct predictions about the future.
We all prefer to listen to people who appear confident about the outlook. Yet, research suggests these are the very same people we should be sceptical about. This is because the apparently "confident" forecasters are less willing to embrace that they do not know what is going to happen.
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