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James was on the 50 must read analysts list complied by the Business magazine, and was one of the Financial News’ Rising Stars. Quantitative Value Wesley R. Other than these two points, the text is thoroughly enjoyable and convincing to anyone with an interest in behavioral finance.
Implicit Attitudes Unconscious Prejudices. Getting the Long Run Right. Risk from an Investment Perspective. Composition of Commodity Futures Returns. Dont equate happiness with money- people adapt to income shifts relatively quickly.
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Damodaran on Valuation Aswath Damodaran. Illusion of Knowledge Gluttony. Zivisayi Nyamwenje rated it it was amazing Apr 22, No trivia or quizzes yet. Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Market?
Piyush Sharma rated it really liked it Dec 30, A Practitioner’s Guide toApplying Behavioural Finance explores the biases we face, theway in which they show up in the investment process, and urgesreaders to adopt an empirically based sceptical approach toinvesting.
Hence there is a need for a bridge between theoretical advances and investment practitioners.
Heads is Skill, Tails is Bad Luck. Heads was Skill, Tails was Bad Luck. Belief Bias and the X-System. Turn off That Bubblevision! The Behavioural Stumbling Blocks.
The Little Book of Behavioral Investing
Using groups for stock selection seems to be a handicap on performance. Errors in Perceptual Causation. This should have the potential to become the definitive book on investments of all times. J V Gerbasi behavioudal it it was amazing Dec 22, Expected Returns Antti Ilmanen.
All too many investors are unaware of the mentalpitfalls that await them. Written by an internationally renowned expert in the field ofbehavioural finance.
On the Flaws of Professional Investors. James is a regular speaker at both academic and practitioner conferences, and is regarded as the leading authority on applying behavioural finance to investment.
Behavioural Investing : James Montier :
Managers are Jamse as Biased as the Rest of Us. Ci rated it liked it Jun 28, In such a way, editing would also have taken something away for me personally.
Greatest book on investor psychology ever written in my opinion. High Concentration In Portfolios. A Brief History of Time. Montier doesn’t quite make a smooth transition from research notes to book chapters, but despite that this is an encyclopaedic compendium of topics related to behavioural finance in all its guises.
More Information Isn’t Better Information. James was on the 50 must read analysts list complied by the Business magazine, and was one of the Financial News’ Rising Stars.
Far from offsetting each others biases, groups usually end up amplifying them. To buy when others are despondently selling and sell when other are greedily buying requires the greatest fortitude and pays the greatest reward.
The Evolution of the Mutual Fund Industry. No book provides a better starting point toward that goal than this one. Addressing this issue could drastically cut down on the size of the volume. Be less certain in your views, especially if they are forecasts. Ettore Valerio rated it really liked it May 03, I have long held the view that Montier and Michael Mauboussin at Legg Mason should be locked up inveshing a room, not to be let out until they agree to co- write a book on investments.
When not writing or reading, he can usually be found blowing bubbles at fish and swimming with sharks.
Kendrick Tan rated it really liked it Jun 18, Trivia About Behavioural Inves Alternative Approaches and Future Directions. Behavioutal investors as audience, what you write have to come to practical use and Montier gives extensive advice on how investment philosophy and process, organisation and incentives could be used to correct the biases investors exhibit.
The Main Types of Bubble.