Beyond Greed and Fear (2020)

Beyond Greed and Fear Hersh Shefrin Beyond Greed and Fear Bias sentiment and personal opinions cloud the judgment of even the best Wall Street investors so why do most financial decision making models fail to factor in basic human nature In Beyond Greed a
  • Title: Beyond Greed and Fear
  • Author: Hersh Shefrin
  • ISBN: 9780199792603
  • Page: 139
  • Format: ebook
Beyond Greed and Fear Hersh Shefrin Bias, sentiment, and personal opinions cloud the judgment of even the best Wall Street investors, so why do most financial decision making models fail to factor in basic human nature In Beyond Greed and Fear, the most authoritative guide to what really influences the decision making process, Hersh Shefrin applies the latest psychological research to stock selection, finanBias, sentiment, and personal opinions cloud the judgment of even the best Wall Street investors, so why do most financial decision making models fail to factor in basic human nature In Beyond Greed and Fear, the most authoritative guide to what really influences the decision making process, Hersh Shefrin applies the latest psychological research to stock selection, financial services, and corporate financial strategy Through colorful, often humorous real world examples, Shefrin points out the common mistakes that money managers, security analysts, financial planners, investment bankers, and corporate leaders make so that readers gain valuable insights into their own financial decisions.
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  1. Tress Huntley

    A job related read Fairly technical, but good insight into how behavioral finance works I took away some reasonably applicable concepts and examples, helping to inform my understanding of why the people I help do the things they do,

  2. Ajay Shyam

    I have only recently started reading behavioral finance books to understand my own investment and trading psychological drivers and found this book to be educative As it is research based on it required dense me to slow read it The research is good insight into how we value market and risk but as most research is nearly 2 decade old so pre google lead information glut age so would love to discover some books on the subject that include the current period too.Over all a good primer to understand [...]

  3. Yuekun Liu

    A fantastic overview of subjects on behavioural finance It is kind of similar to the book Behavioural Finance Psychology, Decision making, and Markets , but with cases It states that psychology is everywhere under the finance topic As the author said, he organized the subject matter of behavioural finance into three broad themes heuristic driven bias, frame dependence, and inefficient market So far, in my understanding, this world does not exist behavioural finance Finance did not change itself [...]

  4. Kevin Pilot

    An excellent overview of behavioral finance Three mains components of most behavioral finance economics accounting ideas are explained well heuristic biases, frame dependence and the inefficiency of markets I think this could be expanded to describe inefficiencies in most most free exchanges of anything of value The first half of the book goes over these key ingredients to understanding this subset of finance The second half tries to apply these ideas to the investment industry, specifically inv [...]

  5. Amit Trivedi

    A very good book for a serious student of behavioral finance The book links many theoretical concepts with the research conducted in the field by taking real life data and examples Very insightful

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