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Behavioral Finance and Wealth Management: How to Build Optimal Portfolios That Account for Investor Biases

@inproceedings{Pompian2006BehavioralFA,
  title={Behavioral Finance and Wealth Management: How to Build Optimal Portfolios That Account for Investor Biases},
  author={Michael M. Pompian},
  year={2006}
}
Preface. Acknowledgments. Part One: Introduction to the Practical Application of Behavioral Finance. Chapter 1: What Is Behavioral Finance? Chapter 2: The History of Behavioral Finance Micro. Chapter 3: Incorporating Investor Behavior into the Asset Allocation Process. Part Two: Investor Biases Defined and Illustrated. Chapter 4: Overconfidence Bias. Chapter 5: Representativeness Bias. Chapter 6: Anchoring and Adjustment Bias. Chapter 7: Cognitive Dissonance Bias. Chapter 8: Availability Bias… Expand
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