“Investing is not the study of finance,” Morgan Housel says. “Investing is the study of how people behave with money.”
What if our traditional models of choice are not measuring people’s true objectives?
Does investor overreaction to ESG controversies create the opportunity for abnormal returns?
"The best way that you can be a decision maker in this type of environment is not to demand certainty."
What is the half-life of financial knowledge and how can professional investors win the race against it?
How can behavioral finance inform our response to the coronavirus? Meir Statman gave his perspective on this and other questions.
This book is a succinct but comprehensive review of behavioral finance and how investors and practitioners can compensate for their biases to improve their financial decision making.
Specialize or face extinction. This is the binary choice facing small-to-medium sized asset managers, says Markus Schuller.
Can we create a simple and clean equity portfolio by separating alpha from beta?
The best way to keep up with the Joneses is to ignore them. Joachim Klement, CFA, explains.
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