Practical analysis for investment professionals
10 May 2013

Weekend Reads for Financial Advisors: Emotional Finance and Chaos Theory

Posted In: Weekend Reads

Here, in no particular order, are some articles and resources you may find interesting. Happy reading.

Investing

  • It’s always worthwhile getting a peek into Jeremy Grantham’s (sometimes depressing, always sobering) thinking. In his latest latest quarterly letter, Grantham says “our last best hopes” for averting the cliff edge are declining fertility rates and improving technology for alternative energy. (GMO, PDF)
  • Also, I have flagged his before, but if you missed Charlie Rose’s recent interview with Grantham, here it is again. (Charlie Rose)

Behavioral Finance/Behavioral Economics

Retirement/Mutual Fund Fees

China/Bitcoins/Currency Wars

Social Media

And Now For Something Completely Different


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About the Author(s)
Lauren Foster

Lauren Foster is managing editor of Enterprising Investor and co-lead of CFA Institute’s Women in Investment Management initiative. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer for Barron’s and the Financial Times. Prior to her freelance work, Foster spent nearly a decade on staff at the FT as a reporter and editor based in the New York bureau. Foster holds a BA in political science from the University of Cape Town, and an MS in journalism from Columbia University.

2 thoughts on “Weekend Reads for Financial Advisors: Emotional Finance and Chaos Theory”

  1. Joseph Hutton says:

    Some grizzly readings for the weekend. Wouldn’t you rather read some inspirational stories that are seeking solutions like Taylor Wilson’s new inventions? Could be a game changer in the energy industry.

  2. Oceane Declair says:

    I am wondering about the benefits of finding a financial planner in Wilmington NC? Are they different from financial advisors? I imagine there are many online advisors, but I would rather work with someone face to face.

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