Terms

Behavioral Finance

Behavioral finance incorporates psychology-based theories to explain stock market peculiarities, such as extreme rises or falls in stock prices. It aims to identify and realize why people make certain financial choices. It assumes that the structure of information and the qualities of market participants systematically influence investment decisions together with market outcomes.

Entity Types

Stock Market

Terms

Efficient Market Hypothesis

Mentioned by the Following

Entities

AQR Capital Management
Alpha Architect
Alpha Theory
BETA Group
Behavioral Analysis of Markets
CMT Association
DataTrek Research
Essentia Analytics
Ezra Zask Research Advisors
Frontier Global Partners
Harvest Exchange
Newfound Research
RW Advisory
Sierra Alpha Research
Talon Advisors
The Bensignor Group
Toews Asset Management
Vintage Value Investing

People

Adam Butler
Andrei Shleifer
Ari Wald
Arik Ben Dor
Barry Ritholtz
Brad DeLong
Brett Steenbarger
Cam Harvey
Clare Flynn Levy
Dan Ariely
Daniel Kahneman
David Berns
David Dreman
David Keller
Jasmina Hasanhodzic
Jessica Rabe
John Kolovos
Leigh Drogen
Michael Lewis
Morgan Housel
Phil Moffitt
Phillip Toews
Raluca Cherciu
Ramit Sethi
Rick Bensignor
Ron William
Sam Bowles
Scott Dooley
Shlomo Benartzi
Steve Foerster
Steven Goldstein
Victor Verberk
Vincent Deluard
Wes Gray
Whitney Tilson
William Goetzmann

Publications

Asset Allocation
BAM Investor
Believe It to Achieve It
Canadian Couch Potato
Financial Freedom Through Electronic Day Trading
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Modern Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis
Pragmatic Capitalism
The Art of Currency Trading
The Art of Thinking SMART
The Four Pillars of Investing
The Kiril Sokoloff Interviews
The Little Book of Behavioral Investing
The Warren Buffett Way
Trend Following
Trend Following™ Radio
Value Investing Tools and Techniques
Vintage Value Investing

Terms

Arbitrage
Socionomics