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What is Behavioral Finance and how does it impact Markets?

What is Behavioral Finance and how does it impact Markets?

The idea of Behavioral Finance is a relatively new concept in the financial world with its fair share of associated controversies. When Werner De Bondt and Richard Thaler first wrote the article, “Does the Stock Market Overreact?”, academics were quick to disregard it and called it a mistake.

Why Do Investors Really Underperform Over Time?


While the inability to participate in the financial markets is certainly a major issue, the biggest reason for underperformance by investors who do participate in the financial markets over time is psychology. 


How Confirmation Bias Could be Hurting your Investment Performance

Have you made up your mind on just about everything, even before you know what it is? For instance, when you meet someone, is your opinion of the person formed from the first impression? Or, when you hear a political argument from the other side, is your mind opened or closed? Are you able to concede the “good points” the other side make, or do you dismiss the whole argument?

6 Fun Videos on the New Website (Irrationality, Cognitive Illusions, Overconfidence, Keys to Better Performance...)

Over the past few years, we’ve carefully assembled practical tips and videos you can use to help you make better and more informed life decisions. WE ARE ALL PREDICTABLY IRRATIONAL! See examples of "cognitive illusions," and learn why humans make predictably irrational decisions. For example, did you know that your vision can literally “trick” you whenever it can?

Les investisseurs sont-ils rationnels ? Prise en main

Les distorsions cognitives sont souvent la cause des mauvaises performances. Comment les minimiser?

Investisseurs irrationnels: si c’est à moi, c’est mieux

Deuxième distorsion cognitive: l’endowment effect, le fait de surestimer ce que vous avez dans le portefeuille, en perdant des opportunités de vente.

Investisseurs irrationnels : la peur de perdre

L’aversion au risque paralyse parfois les investisseurs qui ne savent pas quelle stratégie adopter. Warren Buffet a souvent expliqué qu’il suivait deux règles de base en tant qu’investisseur professionnel. Règle numéro un: "Ne pas perdre d'argent", règle numéro deux : "Suivre la règle numéro un".

Be Aware of your Emotions Step Away from Yourself (Nov. 2011)

Be aware of your own emotions and cognitive traps to make smarter decisions.

Step away from yourselves to be more rational.

Remember that we unconsciously make decisions based on positive memories.

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