Weekend Reading


February 19, 2016

Advocates of behavioral finance – sometimes known as behavioral economics or investor behavior – have spent nearly 50 years exploring the investment decisions people make and why they make them.  Simply put, behavior finance is a subset of psychology focusing wholly on how we behave when money is at stake. There are three emotional biases that we want to touch on this week.

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Laurence Fink Letter 2016

February 5, 2016