Thinking, Fast and Slow

Behavioral Finance: What Good Is It, Anyway?

Behavioral Finance: What Good Is It, Anyway? by Jason Zweig
Here’s another speech from my archives, in which I suggested that many people who try to apply psychological findings to the financial markets do it backwards: instead of studying their own biases and failings, they focus on those of other people.

The earlier conference I referred to was in the spring of 1996, when I first heard and met Daniel . . .

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