Alternative Investments

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Behavioral Finance

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Investing Tribes and the Paradox of Choice

As investors, we are faced with an overwhelming amount of data, analysis, and opinions, says Tadas Viskanta. Choosing a well-defined investment approach — joining an investing tribe — by definition, reduces the number of decisions we need to make. Also, minimizing the “paradox of choice” makes our lives more coherent and manageable. Read more

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Corporate Finance

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Derivatives

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Book Review: Better Bankers, Better Banks

Book Review: Better Bankers, Better Banks

Because they do not regard ethical failings in the financial industry as the actions of a few bad apples but, rather, as inevitable consequences of an unhealthy culture, the authors seek to restore the environment that existed before the major investment banks transformed themselves from partnerships into publicly traded corporations. The problems addressed in this book affect every participant in the financial system. Read more

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Drivers of Value

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Economics

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Book Review: Capital Returns

Book Review: Capital Returns

Although a collection of company analyses may not seem like compelling reading, this volume covers an important and underappreciated topic and boasts a superb introduction by one of the great financial writers of our era, Edward Chancellor. Both real-life and fictional examples help readers deepen their understanding of the capital cycle and teach managers and analysts capital cycle pitfalls to avoid. Read more

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Equity Investments

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Investing Tribes and the Paradox of Choice

As investors, we are faced with an overwhelming amount of data, analysis, and opinions, says Tadas Viskanta. Choosing a well-defined investment approach — joining an investing tribe — by definition, reduces the number of decisions we need to make. Also, minimizing the “paradox of choice” makes our lives more coherent and manageable. Read more

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Financial Statement Analysis

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Book Review: Capital Returns

Book Review: Capital Returns

Although a collection of company analyses may not seem like compelling reading, this volume covers an important and underappreciated topic and boasts a superb introduction by one of the great financial writers of our era, Edward Chancellor. Both real-life and fictional examples help readers deepen their understanding of the capital cycle and teach managers and analysts capital cycle pitfalls to avoid. Read more

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Fixed Income

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Future States

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Getting Help

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Guide

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History & Geopolitics

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Investment Topics

92 Posts

Investing Tribes and the Paradox of Choice

As investors, we are faced with an overwhelming amount of data, analysis, and opinions, says Tadas Viskanta. Choosing a well-defined investment approach — joining an investing tribe — by definition, reduces the number of decisions we need to make. Also, minimizing the “paradox of choice” makes our lives more coherent and manageable. Read more

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Leadership, Management & Communication Skills

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Linkfest

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Performance Measurement & Evaluation

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Philosophy

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Investing Tribes and the Paradox of Choice

As investors, we are faced with an overwhelming amount of data, analysis, and opinions, says Tadas Viskanta. Choosing a well-defined investment approach — joining an investing tribe — by definition, reduces the number of decisions we need to make. Also, minimizing the “paradox of choice” makes our lives more coherent and manageable. Read more

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Portfolio Management

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Private Wealth Management

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Quantitative Methods

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Risk Management

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Standards, Ethics & Regulations (SER)

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Book Review: Phishing for Phools

Book Review: Phishing for Phools

The “invisible hand” of the free market can hurt as well as help participants. The authors, who are Nobel Prize–winning economists, argue that as long as there is profit to be made, sellers will exploit our psychological and behavioral weaknesses through manipulation and deception. Read more

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Toolkit

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