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Day 1 Recap: Carl Richards’s Advice for Dealing with the General Public (Video)

CFA Institute content directors Ron Rimkus, CFA, and Jason Voss, CFA, highlight key take-aways from the first day of the 67th CFA Institute Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington. Read More

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Trust: The Core of Client Relationship Management

Lim How, the author of two books about motivation, discussed the challenges investment professionals face when building trust with clients and co-workers. Read More

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Unapologetic after All These Years: Eugene Fama Defends Investor Rationality and Market Efficiency

The father of modern finance took on critics of efficient markets and issued stinging rebukes of “too big to fail” banks, pension plans, active management, and behavioral finance. Read More

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Daniel Kahneman: Psychology for Behavioral Finance

The Nobel Prize winner and preeminent expert on cognitive biases distilled much of his research findings into bite-sized portions. Read More

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Day Three Recap: Daniel Kahneman, Pension Finance, Commodity Stocks, and (Social) Network Theory

CFA Institute content director Jason Voss, CFA, provides a few highlights from the third day of the 65th CFA Institute Annual Conference in Chicago. Read More

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A Framework for Taming “Wildly Random” Markets

Ashvin Chhabra, chief investment officer at the Institute for Advanced Study, outlined the central tenets of his Wealth Allocation Framework, which builds on Modern Portfolio Theory and behavioral finance. Read More

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James Montier: More Realistic Financial Models Incorporating Illiquidity and Leverage Are Needed

Financial theorists, policymakers, and practitioners created the financial crisis with “bad models, bad policies, bad incentives, and bad behavior,” said James Montier of GMO UK Ltd. Read More

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Daniel Kahneman: Financial Advisers Aren’t Immune from the “Illusion of Skill”

Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman examines the illusion of skill as it pertains to the stock-picking prowess of financial advisers. Read More

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James Montier Applies Behavioral Finance to Value Investing

Does behavioral finance offer an explanation for abnormally high corporate profits? James Montier of GMO, who will be speaking at the Annual Conference in Chicago, explores the issue in his latest white paper. Read More

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Insights from Daniel Kahneman, “The World’s Most Distinguished Living Psychologist”

Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Prize–winning professor emeritus at Princeton University and author of the book Thinking, Fast and Slow, will be speaking at the 65th CFA Institute Annual Conference in Chicago. Professor Kahneman was most recently profiled by Michael Lewis in … Read More

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