Misjudgement
and hearing loss




Anyone who’s suffered hearing damage will know
that it can be quite disorientating. And many shareholders in bionic ear
implant maker Cochlear became quite
disorientated themselves in August last year, selling shares in this
world-leading company for less than $20 each. It was the sort of opportunity to
capitalise on the misjudgement of others that we seek at The Intelligent Investor, Australia’s leading source of independent
sharemarket advice.

If you’re interested in profiting from a greater
understanding of the psychology of misjudgement, click here to read our
full review of Cochlear.

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