Tag Archives: Behavioural finance
How Unconscious Bias in Our Brain Counteracts Diversity
Mental shortcuts are useful for handling information overload, but consciously structuring your decision process can make bad or ineffective outcomes less likely. Read More
Gleanings from Brexit: Recommended Links
A deeper understanding of the tensions that have driven ongoing clashes will be essential for investment professionals looking to adapt their approach to the global economy. Read More
Navigating An Experimental Economic Environment
Our generation of investors must navigate an anemic global economy that was inconceivable only a few years ago, unmoved by zero interest rates and bursts of experimental monetary policy. Mark Harrison, CFA, has identified key presentations to help professionals chart a path forward. Read More
Shareholder Value Maximization: The World’s Dumbest Idea?
James Montier, a member of GMO’s asset allocation team, closes the 2014 European Investment Conference with the argument that shareholder value maximization is “a bad idea” and has contributed to major economic and social problems of short-termism and rising inequality. Read More
Alexander Kjerulf: How Do You Pursue Happiness at Work?
At our upcoming Fifth Annual European Investment Conference, the Chief Happiness Officer of Woohoo inc. will address this question by providing investment professionals with his insights into the topic from empirical research and anecdotal evidence. Read More