Covid-19 is a blueprint for the emotionomics 2.0 world

Tassos Stassopoulos, Trinetra Investment Management  | Jonathan Shapiro, The Australian Financial Review  |  01 October 2020  |  0.50 CE

For the first time since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, the world has fallen into a synchronised anxiety. But this time, the interconnectivity of information provided an even greater challenge. Finology teaches us to understand our biases, beliefs and behaviours in a way that helps us make sense of the markets, ourselves and our clients. During the Covid-19 crisis, anxiety about the virus and its impact took centre stage, creating new biases and driving behavioural changes among both consumers...

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