Favorite Posts Of 2013 About Behavioral Finance And Math From CFA Institute

Saturday, December 21, 2013 15:38
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Favorite Posts Of 2013 About Behavioral Finance And Math From CFA Institute

Tags: behavioral finance | CFA | investment management

Lauren Foster writes a blog for CFA Institute's private wealth practitioners. Perhaps because Foster’s blog is off the beaten path for most financial planners, A4Aers might want to look at it. I'll be tracking it regularly for you.

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Foster spent a lot of time this past year curating content about about two major themes,  behavioral finance and math.
 
In perusing Foster’s favorites of 2013, are some real gems, like a New York Times opinion-sectoin piece by Steven Strogatz explaining in simple diagrams the math concepts underlying economic catastrophe. And then there's a link to a video of The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Zweig interviewing Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman about behavioral finance talking about how he first started thinking about silly human decisions when he was evaluating officer candidates for the military.

 

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