Chris Dillow 

On ambiguity aversion

Chris Dillow

Chris Dillow
On ambiguity aversion

Many of you are sticking with equity income funds despite their recent travails. In some cases, this reflects a widespread attitude which has many implications for financial markets. I’m thinking of ambiguity or uncertainty aversion – our tendency to prefer familiar probabilities to unfamiliar ones.

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