Behavioural Finance & Investment Implications


Background

 

Behaviour Finance is a relatively new area in the field of Investment.  In contrast to Efficient Markets Theory it examines psychological bias as opposed to the neutral Rational Investor behaviour expected in classical investment theory.

 

Both the recent financial crisis and laboratory experiments have indicated the reality of Behavioural Finance and hence its importance.

 

This short briefing details the main facets of Behavioural Finance with important implications for all those involved in Investment.

 


Delegates

 

-         Fund Managers

-         Private Bankers

-         Analysts

-         Stockbrokers

 

Content

 

How perception can be faulty

 

Rational minds can be irrational

 

Investor defects

 

- Overconfidence                   - Hindsight bias

 

- Short Term Focus               - Hot Hand Facility

 

- Mental Accounting              - Anchoring

 

- Regret                                 - Trend Continuation

 

Tools to overcome Behavioural Bias

 

Rules review from successful Investment Managers that help overcome bias

 

The duration of this course is 2 hours




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