Articles on Behavioral Finance, Including: Gambler's Fallacy, Stock Market Bubble, Market Trend, Sunk Costs, Efficient-Market Hypothesis, Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, Behavioral Economics, Risk Aversion, Prospect Theory

Articles on Behavioral Finance, Including: Gambler's Fallacy, Stock Market Bubble, Market Trend, Sunk Costs, Efficient-Market Hypothesis, Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, Behavioral Economics, Risk Aversion, Prospect Theory
Author: Hephaestus Books
Pages: 178
ISBN10: 1243441216
Genre: Psychology
Goodreads Rating: 0.00
ISBN13: 9781243441218
Published: September 2nd 2011 by Hephaestus Books

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