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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Top Five Articles from July: Forward P/E, Active Management, Ariely

Highlights from last month include examinations of the CAPE ratio and forward P/E earnings by Joachim Klement, CFA; Matthew Borin’s analysis of a recent Take 15 talk with Dan Ariely; an interview with C. Thomas Howard about the state of active management by Jason Voss, CFA; and a somewhat alarming take on the long-term implications of the low interest rate environment on the viability of banks and insurance companies by David Schawel, CFA. Read more

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