Eddy Mejlholm’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Behavioral Biases – What Makes Your Brain Trick?

Feb 14, 2019 |Eddy Mejlholm

In this installment, we’ll familiarize you with a half-dozen of these more potent biases, and how you can avoid sabotaging your own best-laid, investment plans by recognizing the signs of a behavioral booby trap.

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Eddy Mejlholm’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Bringing the Evidence Home

Feb 14, 2019 |Eddy Mejlholm

Welcome to our final installment in Eddy Mejlholm’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Bringing the Evidence Home. We hope you’ve enjoyed reading our series as much as we’ve enjoyed sharing it with you.

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Eddy Mejlholm’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: The Human Factor in Evidence-Based Investing

Feb 12, 2019 |Eddy Mejlholm

To study the relationships between our heads and our financial health, there is another field of evidence-based inquiry known as behavioral finance. What happens when we stir up that Petrie dish of financial pathogens?

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Eddy Mejlholm’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: What Has Evidence-Based Investing Done for Me Lately?

Feb 07, 2019 |Eddy Mejlholm

As time marches on, relentless questioning from scholars and practitioners alike has been essential to evidence-based investment theory and application, dispelling illusions and laying the foundation for the insights we now routinely harness.

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Eddy Mejlholm’s Evidence-Based Investment Insights: Factors That Figure in Your Evidence-Based Portfolio

Feb 05, 2019 |Eddy Mejlholm

Scholars and practitioners alike strive to determine not only that various return factors exist, but why they exist. This helps us determine whether a factor is likely to persist or is more likely to disappear upon discovery.

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