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Behavioural Investing by James Montier

Piyush Sharma rated it really liked it Dec 30, The FT review may call this book “the best and most comprehensive treatment of the subject to date” – better luck next time, Richard Thaler’s “Advances in behavioral finance” and Hersh Shefrin’s “Behavioral corporate finance” – but a look at those should tell you the qualitative difference. Belief Bias and the X-System.

A practitioners guide to applying behavioural finance The Wiley Finance Series. Adreno rated it really liked it Monyier 12, The Psychology of Risk.

Jan 19, Joel Gray rated it it was amazing. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Social Pain and the Herding Habit. The Illusion of Control. Characteristics of the Funds. This has been my most recommended book on investing for over 10 years.


Behavioural investing seeks to bridge the gap between psychologyand investing.

Prepared to Close Funds. The first one builds on a number of lectures in behavioural finance held as a visiting professor ebhavioural university. The content is practitioner focused throughoutand will be essential reading for any investment professionallooking to improve their investing behaviour to maximisereturns. On the Nature of Excess Volatility.

To ask other readers questions about Behavioural Investingplease sign up. See all 15 reviews. Even once we are aware of our biases, wemust recognise that knowledge does not equal behaviour.

Practical examples showing how using a psychologically inspiredmodel can improve on standard, common practice valuationtools. A Willingness to Hold Cash. An investment operation promises safety of capital and a satisfactory return. The Anatomy of Value. Want stories like this in your inbox? I believe that in order to outperform in today markets you montirr to combine technicals, fundamentals, an understanding of crowd pyschology and alos control your individual bias’s.

Zivisayi Nyamwenje rated it it was amazing Apr 22, On the Importance of the Long Time Horizon. Risk in Performance Measurement. On the Behavilural Juncture.


Book Review: The Little Book of Behavioural Investing by James Montier

The Times They are A-Changin’. On the Margin of Safety. Not Just an Excuse for Hedge Funds. Addressing this issue could drastically cut down on behaivoural size of the volume. Preview — Behavioural Investing by James Montier. Members of groups enjoy competency and credibility in the eyes of peers if they provide information that is consistent with the group view. The Illusion of Knowledge Gluttony.

Series The Wiley Finance Series. Packed with not only research study results and practical applications, Mr. On the Difficulty of Defining Value. Overclaiming Invexting Bias that Favours You. The Siren of Growth. Heads was Skill, Tails was Bad Luck. Find this comment offensive? The only book to cover the applications of behaviouralfinance.