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Are You a Gambler, Speculator, Investor or Risk Manager?

With today's economic uncertainty and market volatility, it's important to understand the emotions that drive your investing decisions. Whether it's greed, fear, optimism or something else, knowing what motivates you can help you avoid making mistakes.

Or, as Warren Buffett puts it, "Only when you combine sound intellect with emotional discipline do you get rational behavior."

It takes all types to make the market run, but some approaches are more likely to lead to long-term success than others. Ask yourself which

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