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Financial Decision-making and Investor Behaviour

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Financial Decision-making and Investor Behaviour
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740302851
Number of pages: 99

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Behavioural finance uses our knowledge of psychology to improve our understanding of how individual investors make financial decisions, and how these individual decisions cause markets to behave in aggregate. This book provides a thorough introduction of behavioural finance, investor behaviour and financial decision-making including a historical review of some of the most important financial bubbles through history.

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