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The average American estimates they’ve made four wrong major decisions in their life and nearly a third say they’ve made even more (31%), according to new research, which can seen in the infographic below.

This may be why 71% wish they had more guidance when it comes to making large life decisions, according to a survey of 2,000 adults. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Atom Finance, a global investment intelligence platform for enterprises, the survey found that 71% said even when they do their research, they worry about making the wrong decisions.

“Everyone deserves easy access to tools and resources necessary to make well-informed financial decisions,” said Atom Finance founder and CEO Eric Shoykhet. “We’re on a mission to address the information gap we know many people experience when trading stocks and partnering with enterprises of all sizes to deliver engaging and helpful investment intelligence that lead to successful investor outcomes.”

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