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Dr. Daniel Krawczyk & George Baxter, JD, CFA
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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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 17 ratings
Useful nuggets of insight
The fundamental role of the investor is to process information and make decisions. One of the big hurdles to overcome in making good decisions is cognitive bias. Even with good information, people make bad decisions. Why? Who better to explore this than a SCIENTIST at the forefront of brain...Read full review »
Left Tail Hedge via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/14/20
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...Read full review »
Dough_Roller via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/21/19
Recent Episodes
Everyone needs toilet paper! The initial increase in buying of toilet paper (AKA tissue paper) at the start of the COVID-19 crisis was likely due to a hoarding response, which is an instinctive psychological bias response found in nature. Hoarding is not always negative, in this case those that...
Published 06/25/20
Psychological research can inform our behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic. How do we decide what is the most effective response and how we will act? Follow along with the research article from Nature Human Behaviour “Using Social and Behavioral Science to Support COVID-19 Pandemic Response”...
Published 06/11/20
Jan. - Feb., 2020 was a period of ‘psychological inoculation’, in that we have heard this before, viruses come and go, like the flu and N1H1, and we will be okay. March - April, 2020 was a period of acknowledgment, that this virus is real and dangerous. Followed by the rapid onset of fear,...
Published 05/28/20
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