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Beyond greed and fear : understanding behavioral finance and the psychology of investing

Author: Hersh Shefrin
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press, ©2002 [erschienen] 2007.
Series: Financial management association survey and synthesis series
Edition/Format:   Print book : German
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Even the best Wall Street investors make mistakes. No matter how savvy or experienced, all financial practitioners eventually let bias, overconfidence, and emotion cloud their judgement and misguide their actions. Yet most financial decision-making models fail to factor in these fundamentals of human nature. In this guide to what really influences the decision-making process, Hersh Shefrin uses psychological  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hersh Shefrin
ISBN: 9780195304213 0195161211 9780195161212 0195304217
OCLC Number: 266840274
Description: XXXIV, 368 Seiten : Diagramme.
Contents: PART I: WHAT IS BEHAVIORAL FINANCE ; PART II: PREDICTION ; PART III: INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS ; PART IV: INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS ; PART V: THE INTERFACE BETWEEN CORPORATE FINANCE AND INVESTMENT ; PART VI: OPTIONS, FUTURES, AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE
Series Title: Financial management association survey and synthesis series
Responsibility: Hersh Shefrin.
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This book provides a comprehensive treatment of behavioral finance for a practitioner audience. With the use of the latest psychological research, Shefrin helps us to understand the human behaviour  Read more...

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This refreshingly iconoclastic book awakens us all to how little we know about financial markets, and how much we have to discover. I particularly enjoyed the reference to the emperor's clothes worn Read more...

 
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