DENVER – It’s an all-too-common affliction, especially when it comes to financial planning: clients sabotage their own long-term objectives.

But advisors can help prevent destructive behavior by clients by educating them about behavioral finance, according to Jay Moreland, author of "The Emotional Investor."

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