Behavioural biases are an opportunity to meet client objectives

Dan Farley  |  State Street Global Advisors  |  19 February 2020  |  0.25 CE

Over shorter periods of time, there are market inefficiencies due to well researched behavioural biases including anchoring and confirmation bias. Knowledge of these biases can help improve our own decision making and that of our clients. To manage the risks and exploit the opportunities that behavioural biases create, practitioners need a disciplined and systematic framework to objectively assesses the current market environment and challenge the assumptions that underpin market views. This is necessary to improve portfolio construction outcome...

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