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Blog Post: MarketPsych: Book Review of "Behavioral Investment Management" (2012)

March 22, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

Behavioral Investment Management: An Efficient Alternative to Modern Portfolio Theory by Greg B. Davies and Arnaud De Servigny (McGraw-Hill, 2012)“People in standard finance are rational. People in behavioral finance are normal.” Meir Statman, PhD, Santa Clara UniversityThe above quote by Meir Statman captures concisely the thrust of the concepts explored extensively in this new book by Greg Davies and Arnaud De Servigny.  They tackle what is by now a relatively widespread view that...

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Blog Post: TimingLogic: Chinese Lawyers Chafe At Hitler-esque Oath To The Communist Party

March 22, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

The manifested self or ego is so predictable.  Remember, the human mind has only two intents in everything it does:  the intent to control, driven the the manifested self or ego,  or the intent to discover truth as driven by our higher power of reasoning or human consciousness.  In other words, that which separates us from dogs and cats and dirt and stone.  Although I find dogs and cats and dirt and stone a much greater source of truth than people who sign oaths of...

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Blog Post: FinanceClippings: Google public data sets

March 22, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

New to me at least - and really cool.  Tons of data on google. For example - lending interest rates for US vs Iceland.

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Blog Post: TheReformedBroker: Golden Crosses: The Bible

March 22, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

I asked my friend Pete from Trade With Pete to do a guest post for me on Golden Crosses. Pete does a lot of technical work at his blog dealing with the topic and there is a tremendous amount of controversy surrounding whether or not they're important to pay attention to. Check this bad boy out... - JB

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