Behavioral Finance

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Dumb Alpha: Do the Right Thing

One of the symptoms of middle age is that you start to give advice to younger people on what your experience has taught you about life. So Joachim Klement, CFA, puts his imaginary pipe into his mouth, adjusts his glasses, and explains why keeping it simple might be the most important “dumb alpha” lesson he has learned in his investing career. Read more

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Top Five Articles from September: Shareholder Value and Career Coaches

Top Five Articles from September: Shareholder Value and Career Coaches

Highlights from last month include a critique of shareholder value maximization by Anjali Pradhan, CFA; a discussion of the distractions caused by vision-narrowing apps and dysfunctional networks from Mark Harrison, CFA; an analysis of the benefits of hiring a career coach by Julia VanDeren; and Daniel Goleman’s take on the the key elements of emotional intelligence as reported by Matthew Borin. Read more

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Diversity in Finance: It Matters

Some people view the term “diversity” in a negative way. It has also become highly politicized. By definition, diversity means “being composed of differing elements or qualities.” How does this apply to the financial industry? Barbara Stewart, CFA, continues the discussion. Read more

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