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Daniel Kahneman on Expertise, Bias, and the Investment Industry

Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman has four simple strategies for better decision making that can be applied to both finance and life. Read More

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Irrational Decisions and the Biology of Behavioral Finance

The hormonal catalysts that prompt excessive approaches to risk could be driving irrational swings in the marketplace. Read More

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A Special Message from John Rogers, CFA

John Rogers, CFA, shares highlights from the CFA Institute Annual Conference in Chicago and reveals speakers for the 66th CFA Annual Conference in Singapore, our first annual conference in the Asia Pacific region. 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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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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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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