This course is the second part of the Behavioral Finance level. Here you will learn about another three biases - the conservation bias, the anchoring bias and the herding bias.
In the course we will explain all stock market anomalies together. We will discuss what scientific researchers have done recent years in understanding behavioral finance. Also we will distinguish the behaviors of individual and institutional traders. And will learn how institutional traders affect the whole market behavior.
You will benefit from what you have learned in this program in two ways:
1. Knowledge of common behavioral biases will help you better understand what is going on in the market; detect predictable errors of the market; and develop strategies to exploit them.
2. Being aware of your own behavioral mistakes will help you improve trading performance by avoiding or at least reducing them.
What are the Requirements?
An understanding of finance. Covering the previous 6 levels, including Behavioral Finance pt 1, is a must. Professional financial experience and/or qualifications are not required.
What am I going to get from this Course?
What is the target audience?
This course is targeting non-professional traders with a motivation to develop their knowledge and skills. Our learners have already basic understanding of stock and financial markets. And they want to go further and learn how to capitalize on opportunities created by anomalies in the markets.
Level of difficulty: Master Pro
Extra materials: 1 manual
Video: 1 hour & 30 minutes
Languages: English, Chinese, Romanian, Russian
Includes: Certificate of completion
|Section 1: Behavioral Finance II|
|Manual||Behavioral Finance II||22|
|Lecture 1||Conservatism Bias||00:00|
|Lecture 2||Anchoring Bias||00:00|
|Lecture 3||Herding bias||00:00|
|Lecture 4||Academic Research on Behavioral Bias I||00:00|
|Lecture 5||Academic Research on Behavioral Bias II||00:00|
|Lecture 6||Lessons for individual investors||00:00|
|Quiz||Behavioral Finance II||19 Questions|