Investment Process IV: Analysis and Execution: #36
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“Understanding Behavioral Bia$” follow along with book by Dr. Daniel Krawczyk and George Baxter, JD, CFA, (Chapter 8) while listening to this podcast. BUY on Amazon (copy and paste). Fourth in the series on the investment process - with top fund manager tips of the steps of analysis and execution. Biases to be aware of are recency bias also at minute 6:58 base rate neglect - which is also discussed in podcast #28 on Bill Gates brain. Min. 12:30 Group think biases are discussed with remedies. Min. 1645 research has value - don’t buy the sock just because you did the research. Discussion includes: Sunk cost bias Memory based bias - availability bias Attention and optimism bias EXECUTION of the Investment process Curse of Knowledge BUY “Understanding Behavioral BIA$” | NEW Behavioral Finance BOOK | Behavioral finance advice and solutions. #mentalModels Behavioral finance advice Visit for more insights. This book will help you overcome the biases that are keeping you from investment success! Authored by Daniel Krawczyk, Ph.D. & George Baxter, JD, CFA your hosts of Mental models Podcast. Published by Business Expert Press Behavioral Finance Book AVAILABLE NOW ON AMAZON Do you want strategies to make better financial decisions? Do you need a translational guide to Thinking Fast and Slow? Do you want to be a better investor and earn more money? If you said yes to any or all of the above questions then this book is for you! #understandingBehavioralbias
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