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I bought this book in 2008 as my first book about behavioral finance. Since then behavioral finance has completely changed my professional life and moved it forward by a wide... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michal Stupavsky
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not really interested in this book, too many words with no sence, not recommend it to anyone for that reasonPublished on December 24, 2013 by Jbal Colgate
An excellent overview of behavioral finance. Three mains components of most behavioral finance/economics/accounting ideas are explained well; heuristic biases, frame dependence and... Read morePublished on March 31, 2013 by Kevin Pilot
I've read a few behavioral finance books and this ranks on the bottom.
There are plenty of others books that have half the pages and twice as much relevant information... Read more
I recently quit my job to become a full time trader. My goal is to read one book a week and this was the second book I read. Read morePublished on December 25, 2011 by Dmonk
Three themes are the common thread throughout this book.
Heuristic-driven Bias is one of them. It includes
Availability Bias, Hindsight Bias, Familiarity Bias,
Rule... Read more
If you like studying psychology, human behavior, or the behavior component of the financial markets I think you will enjoy this bookPublished on February 6, 2010 by R. Zerbo