New Year’s (Investing) Resolutions
Please join us at our event on
Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 6:15 PM
Presented online via GoToMeeting
Access instructions will be emailed to those who register
Why do investors make irrational decisions? Even experienced investors can be guided by cognitive biases, such as anchoring, confirmation bias, recency bias, and loss aversion. How can one apply the principles of behavioral finance in order to manage portfolios better and improve returns? With stock prices up and volatility down, it is tempting to assume that investors overconfident and complacent. Should we sell expensive stocks and swap into bonds with low interest rates? Or keep riding the equity wave in the current bull market? How can we identify emotions and bias, such as anchoring, risk aversion, and procrastination, that are creeping into our investment process? Behavioral finance experts and practitioners can help investors take a fresh look at portfolios as we approach a new year that may bring different challenges and opportunities. Learn simple steps that can help identify and avoid costly behavioral finance mistakes that may eat into returns.
Please note that the Chatham House Rule applies – neither the comments of the speaker nor those of other participants are for attribution.
Please register by 5:00 PM ET on Monday, Dec 13, 2021 below and provide your name, email address, and the name of your company/employer. Note that there is a limit to the number of participants. Please register early! Conference call details will be provided on the evening of Monday, Dec 13, 2021.