Since its launch in 2011, Enterprising Investor has showcased the scholarship of behavioral finance’s top luminaries as well as its critics.
How can behavioral finance inform our response to the coronavirus? Meir Statman gave his perspective on this and other questions.
Roger G. Ibbotson thinks investors should maximize their returns with a strategy that hinges on popularity.
What are two of the most important things an investor needs to do to succeed? Howard Marks, CFA, offered his perspective.
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.
What Enterprising Investor articles most resonated with readers this year? The results offer an illuminating look into the forces that shaped finance in 2018.
Is loss aversion overstated? What fueled Portugal's recent economic recovery? These were among the topics covered in the leading Enterprising Investor posts from June.
"Regret is probably the greatest enemy of good decision making in personal finance," Daniel Kahneman says.
Loss aversion may not influence investment decision making as much as we think, says David Gal.
The framework of investing a dollar and then earning a succession of pennies is ubiquitous. But it has limitations. A recent bank scam in India illustrates this point, writes Shreenivas Kunte, CFA.
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