Behavioral Finance and Wealth Management: How to Build Optimal Portfolios That Account for Investor Biases
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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.
Chapter 9: Self-Attribution Bias.
Chapter 10: Illusion of Control Bias.
Chapter 11: Conservatism Bias.
Chapter 12: Ambiguity Aversion Bias.
Chapter 13: Endowment Bias.
Chapter 14: Self-Control Bias.
Chapter 15: Optimism Bias.
Chapter 16: Mental Accounting Bias.
Chapter 17: Confirmation Bias.
Chapter 18: Hindsight Bias.
Chapter 19: Loss Aversion Bias.
Chapter 20: Recency Bias.
Chapter 21: Regret Aversion Bias.
Chapter 22: Framing Bias.
Chapter 23: Status Quo Bias.
Part Three: Case Studies.
Chapter 24: Case Studies.
Part Four: Special Topics in Practical Application of Behavioral Finance.
Chapter 25: Gender, Personality Type, and Investor Behavior.
Chapter 26: Investor Personality Types.
Chapter 27: Neuroeconomics: The Next Frontier for Explaining Investor Behavior.
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