In some of the coverage of augmented and virtual reality, it feels like there are efforts to make it a “versus”: AR vs. VR, like one has to win and the other has to lose. But even though the most basic fundamentals of the technologies are similar – a graphical overlay that is directed at a single user’s experience, and that moves according to the physical movements of the user – they’re actually very different technologies.
Inertia. Loss aversion. Confirmation bias. Overconfidence. Recency bias. These are just a few of the jargony-sounding investing behaviors that many of us exhibit that can work against our long-term financial goals.