Tag Archives: Behavioural Finance

Behavioural Finance has a semantics problem

Episode 17/09/2017  

Clients are rightly sceptical when we talk about applying behavioural finance to analysing market behaviour. Behavioural finance seems very “woolly” at the best of times and most of the well-known… Read more »

P-Hacking versus Skin in the Game: How can understanding incentive structures help us think about market efficiency?

Episode 17/05/2017  

While markets may have seemed uneventful of late, there has been a flurry of academic activity that gets to the very heart of whether it is possible to beat the… Read more »

Is the US economy ‘overdue’ a recession?

Episode 17/11/2016  

The US economy is ‘late cycle’. You hear this a lot these days. The terminology is interesting. Are there signals flashing that the US is on the cusp of a… Read more »

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Will investors learn from the election? Probably not.

Episode 14/11/2016  

All those wasted hours of analysis. The investment industry has produced countless pages of content on the US election; who would win, how markets would respond, how to protect against… Read more »

The value of investments will fluctuate, which will cause prices to fall as well as rise and you may not get back the original amount you invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.


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