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Oaktree Memo: The Role of Confidence

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Tue, 20 Aug 2013

Confidence is generally defined as belief in one’s ability to choose a course of action and execute on it.  Although it’s not part of the definitions I’ve consulted, I think confidence also connotes optimism (at least it does among investors).  Finally, there’s an element of certainty : beyond an o

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