by Peter Dybdahl Hede
Publisher: BookBoon 2012
Number of pages: 65
Behavioural finance, with its emphasis on the numerous biases and heuristics, puts a human face on the financial markets, recognizing that market participants are subject to biases that have predictable effects on prices.
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