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Familiarity bias is a cognitive bias that leads people to favour objects or ideas they are familiar with. Learn more about it in our educational guide.

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Trading Glossary

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Do you know your CFDs from your IPOs or ETFs? Remove the mystery with our definitions glossary.

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Maturity

Most investments have a start date and an end date. Maturity is just another way of saying that an investment has reached its end. While many investment products can mature, the term is usually associated with bonds . With bonds, the...

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Bias

Bias in trading is a psychological phenomenon, in which an investor makes a decision based on their pre-conceived ideas of what will or won't work without considering the evidence. Bias may also manifest itself in retaining an asset for too...

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