It’s often said that it’s not what you make, but what you save in investment planning. However, what you do with that savings matters. After all, growing your savings takes more than knowing about economics and markets. So, you must also understand the behavioral influences that can make a good plan go awry. So, stay the course during rough times by In taking a disciplined approach. For example, understanding your internal biases toward fear and greed is important in keeping you out of typical investor traps.