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Behavioral Finance


Lessons in Behavioral Bias: The COVID-19 Equity Markets

The pandemic-era stock markets have been a showcase of behavioral biases in action.

Equity Risk Premium Forum: The Deficient Market Hypothesis

"If we thought of the equity premium as a fear premium," Rob Arnott says, "a lot of the so-called anomalies that we’ve talked about would not be anomalies at all."

Equity Risk Premium Forum: Don’t Bet Against a Bubble?

Cliff Asness, Rob Arnott, Roger G. Ibbotson, and other luminaries explore the nature of bubbles and the momentum factor.

Causality Techniques in Investment Management: Five Key Findings

What are the most widely used causality tests in the equity markets?

Alternative Investments: Predictable Uncertainty in Private Markets

While analytical judgment is considered universal in science, in finance investment decisions are derived from mental heuristics.

Bridging the Fundamental–Quant Divide

Where is the common ground between quant and fundamental investing?

Book Review: Better than Alpha

This book provides the insights and tools investors need to improve their investing outcomes.

10 Years of Behavioral Finance: Thaler, Kahneman, Statman, and Beyond

Since its launch in 2011, Enterprising Investor has showcased the scholarship of behavioral finance’s top luminaries as well as its critics.

The Future of AI and Big Data: Three Concepts

Andrew Lo and Ajay Agrawal explore how biases, regulations, and economics and wealth distribution will shape the future of fintech.

Quality Losses Matter More to Investors Than Quality Gains

How does the stock market collectively respond to quality losses versus quality gains?