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Mental Models Podcast It's not a brain in a jar, that's the gist!
All about your brain & obtaining real-world behavioral finance knowledge! Listeners have access to original and engaging discussion of behavioral finance and cognitive bias.
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5.0 stars from 15 ratings
I really enjoy listening to this podcasts, as a value investor who is interested in the why and how of bias and decision making, this is my go to podcast. Looking forward to their upcoming book!
double down ace via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/12/19
Great Points
I'm a (overly) seasoned institutional equity investor, and this podcast provides great points for improvement. I particularly liked discussion about avoiding "default decision" making, how to think about the value of an asset and the role group-think plays in decision making. Delivery is style...Read full review »
Dough_Roller via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/21/19
Great podcast!
This podcast is entertaining and informative — a must listen. I highly recommend the episode on groupthink #1. It has many great nuggets.
ganesh2019 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/10/19
Recent Episodes
Investment Process new series (3 parts) from Mental Models Podcast. Talking you through each step of the investment process, starting with idea generation and associated biases. Watch out for episodes II and III of the Investment Process. Our upcoming book "Understanding Behavioral Bia$" will...
Published 11/13/19
Biases can come about and trip up your investing decisions when your moving to fast. Incorporate speed bumps into your process, such as a check list. Have a coffee (or a scotch) and think through your process! There is an upside to biases - consider the slow mode advocated by Daniel...
Published 11/06/19
In the investing world some very distinctive feature are alerting you to a particular opportunity or something to be concerned about - Peaking your Curiosity. Base Rate Neglect Bias: Try to think in probabilities when ever possible, because there are so many statistics out there. Behavioral...
Published 10/30/19
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