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24 Jun 2014

QLAB's investment philosophy in video
Sometimes we are our own worst enemies when it comes to investing. Psychological biases coming from deep within our brains can cause us to react irrationally, negatively impacting our investment returns. Worse still, we are often not even aware we are making these mistakes. QLAB Invest has conducted research into these problems and devised innovative investment processes to avoid them. The resulting investment strategies aim to remove the worry from investing and give investors the peace of mind to stay invested through the market cycle and earn good returns with lower risk compared to the market as a result. Join QLAB Invest CEO Steven Bates over 3 short videos exploring this fascinating topic. 

Click here to view the videos. 

QLAB Invest was kindly asked to provide these videos to support the Sunflower foundation's financial education programme which we did with great pleasure. We wish to thank Jürg Conzett, Founder and President of Sunflower for the opportunity, see www.sunflower.ch for more information.

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