Practical analysis for investment professionals

Behavioral Finance


Roger G. Ibbotson: The Price of Popularity

Roger G. Ibbotson thinks investors should maximize their returns with a strategy that hinges on popularity.

Fabozzi: Finance Must Modernize or Face Irrelevancy

Frank J. Fabozzi, CFA, spoke with Paul Kovarsky, CFA, about the state of academic finance and financial theory.

Emotions and Decision Making: Logic-Beating Biases

Why does emotion so often outweigh logic in decision making?

The Discovering Markets Hypothesis (DMH)

Thomas Mayer, CFA. PhD, introduces the Discovering Markets Hypothesis (DMH), which he developed with Marius Kleinheyer.

Rush Hour and Short Cuts: How to Navigate Market Corrections

Would you rather be stuck in rush hour traffic or rebalance your portfolio?

Continual Learning: Will AI Give Gray Hair a Pay Cut?

There simply is no substitute for experience in the investment business. Right? Well, perhaps not anymore.

Best Does Not Mean Optimal

You are not acting in the client’s best interest if you build them a portfolio that they won't stick with over the long run.

Robert J. Shiller on Bubbles, Reflexivity, and Narrative Economics

Robert J. Shiller has shown remarkable prescience over the years. And with talk of inverted yield curves, overvalued stock markets, and imminent recession, the present struck us as an opportune time to see what was on his mind.

Top 10 Posts from 2018: Chart Crimes, Political Divides, AI, and the Skill Ratio

What Enterprising Investor articles most resonated with readers this year? The results offer an illuminating look into the forces that shaped finance in 2018.



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