Behavioral Finance Principles
Learn about behavioral finance, a relatively new field in economics that focuses on irrational behavior and decision-making. Behavioral finance studies how both can influence investment choices. It also examines how bubbles form, persist and burst. A solid understanding of the irrational behavior that can affect investors helps you advise your clients. You learn why a loss of $10 makes people feel bad by as much as a $20 gain makes them feel good. A profound understanding of behavioral finance also assists you in comprehending why consumers apparently behave irrationally (e.g., why do we keep on subscribing to magazines we don’t even read?) and how cognitive biases shape information campaigns and negotiations.
Duration - 3 days
Location - Montreal, Toronto, New York, Boston, London, Frankfurt, Paris
and Public Speaking
Keep you and your team up-to-date on financial
and mathematical topics.
Duration - depending on your needs
Location - depending on your needs