Flirting with Models

The Research Library of Newfound Research

Tag: behavioral finance

4 Lessons from the Ritholtz Wealth Evidence-Based Investing Conference

Concrete takeaways and action steps I learned from the 2016 Ritholtz Wealth Evidence-Based Investing conference in New York City.

The two sources of outperformance

Market Timing Factor Premiums: Exploiting Behavioral Biases for Fun and Profit

Checking your portfolio more frequently ensures you see more losses

Anchored to the Memory of Losses

Loss aversion is a behavioral phenomenon whereby we dwell on our losses and reduce our risk. Reducing this bias can lead to better long-term outcomes.
You are about to leave thinknewfound.com and are being redirected to the website for Newfound Research Funds.