Investors tend to be their own worst enemies. In this third course, you will learn how to capitalize on understanding behavioral biases and irrational behavior in financial markets. You will start by learning about the various behavioral biases – mistakes that investors make and understand their reasons. You will learn how to recognize your own mistakes as well as others’ and understand how these mistakes can affect investment decisions and financial markets. You will also explore how different preferences and investment horizons impact the optimal asset allocation choice.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM BIASES AND PORTFOLIO SELECTION
An excellent course combining psychology and behavioral biases with finance. An eye-opener for students and managers relying exclusively on quantitative techniques to solve finance problems.
Excellent course material
Thoroughly enjoyed the course
Excelent course. And it's wonderful to better understand how psicology relates to finance decisions.
I've tried a few courses that are similar and this one is better than average.
About the Investment and Portfolio Management Specialization
In this four-course Specialization, you’ll learn the essential skills of portfolio management and personal investing.
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