Tagged With Behavioral Finance

5 common behavioral biases and how they lead investors to make bad decisions


Behavioural finance is a science that analyses why investors often make misguided choices


Money can't buy happiness, but how we adjust 3 financial 'levers' can drastically affect how we feel



In the race to achieve financial success, don't lose sight of your 'why'


A top-rated wealth manager encourages investors not to abandon stocks after S&P 500's record high


A JPMorgan fund manager pinpoints the 'single strongest example of herding in the markets right now'



We talked to a UBS behavioural finance specialist about how emotions get the best of even the most experienced investors


This professor wants to help Wall Streeters understand their emotions


We tested an economic theory by trying to buy people's lottery tickets for much more than they paid


We tested an economic theory by trying to buy people's lottery tickets for much more than they paid


We tested an economic theory by trying to buy people's Powerball tickets for much more than they paid


The cost of succumbing to fear



A financial planner explains why even rich people are stressed about money


I'm an investment adviser, and I keep hearing the same misguided comment from my clients


People are really bad at knowing what they don't know


I never forgot my college economics professor's simple warning about the problem with stock market charts



There's no single answer to how much money you should save


ROBERT SHILLER: Our Anxieties Are Now Driving Up The Stock Market


9 Psychological Reasons Why Smart People Do Dumb Things With Money


Howard Marks Nails It In His Memo About 'The Riskiest Thing In The World'