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Irregular investing, waiting for an all-clear sign, and overconfidence are three of the biggest mistakes investors make. 
That’s according to Chris Hyzy, the chief investment officer of Bank of America Global Wealth and Investment Management. 
Hyzy oversees about $2 trillion in assets. 

Following the stock market’s strong performance last year, many millennials and baby boomers are throwing more  cash into the market in 2018, according to a Bank of America survey of nearly 1,000 households. 

But regardless of how the market does going forward, certain bad behavior can be more costly than sitting on cash.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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