behaviour

Mike Taylor

One of the most important lessons from behavioural finance is that the market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent. Everyday investors can apply a basic test when they make an investment by asking themselves ‘does the price I’m paying for this asset seem reasonable?’ If you are... Show More

Fidelity International

Short-termism is one of the most serious behavioural biases investors must overcome to produce market-beating returns. Our natural preference for short-term rewards over delayed gains has long been noted by psychologists as a feature of the human condition that extends to many aspects of our behaviour. Investing dials into deeply... Show More

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

How emotions and personality are affecting your trading and investment: behavioural expert Gerald Ashley. Emotions and personality traits may get in the way of making the right trading decisions, behavioural expert and author Gerald Ashley explains the effects of anchoring, loss aversion and sunk cost bias. Ashley also warns that market... Show More