When do Investors Exhibit Stronger Behavioral Biases?∗


This paper examines whether individual investors exhibit stronger behavioral biases when value ambiguity or information uncertainty is higher. Using a six year (1991 to 1996) panel of retail stock holdings and trades, I find that investors are more overconfident and exhibit stronger disposition effect when stocks are more difficult to value. Furthermore… (More)


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