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Psychology of Investing, The (2nd Edition)

by John R. Nofsinger

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Published by Prentice Hall .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages128
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Open LibraryOL7336317M
ISBN 100131432702
ISBN 109780131432703

Book Description. A supplement for undergraduate and graduate Investments courses. See the decision-making process behind investments. The Psychology of Investing is the first text of its kind to delve into the fascinating subject of how psychology affects investing. Its unique coverage describes how investors actually behave, the reasons and causes of that behavior, why the behavior hurts. However, psychology plays a large role in financial decision making. This book demonstrates how cognitive errors, heuristics, psychological biases, and emotions influence an investor’s decisions. Unfortunately, these psychology-induced decisions create Author: John R. Nofsinger.

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Investing Psychology + Website is every investor's guide to behavioral investing, teaching them how to profit from the astounding findings of fifty years of research into how our psychological biases affect our financial decision making. The book is an in-depth guide to using this research to complement the fundamentals of stockmarketing investing and will help improve the performance of every.   The Psychology of Investing: Edition 6 - Ebook written by John R. Nofsinger. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Psychology of Investing: Edition /5(2).


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Published inthis was the very first behavioral finance book I ever read — it is also one of the most influential investing books you will ever read. So many of our own foibles are detailed here that it is almost embarrassing.

Everything from unsuspected biases to how we engage in. This book has some interesting parts but overall the writing is very condescending and patronising. To me, the author felt himself superior to all around him. Which is a shame as I usually love and value investing psychology books - this one not so much/5.

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