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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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How to Overcome the Flaws in Your Financial Memory

Keeping a diary of the motivations and risks of your trades removes hindsight and attribution biases, says Wellershoff & Partners’ Joachim Klement, CFA. Read More

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Behavioral Economist Meir Statman: Emotions Get in the Way of What Investors Really Want

We invest ostensibly for utilitarian benefits, says the Santa Clara University finance professor, but all too often emotion trumps reason. Read More

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