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One of the most critical research programs of today's financial knowledge that is at the top of the rejection of the theory of efficient markets is financial behavior theory. This theory is the result of collaboration between financial sciences and social... see more

Behavioral finance is a theory that tries to analyze the psychological bias that is less noticeable in the standard financial theory. In this theory, there are a lot of behavioral biases that occur in investors that can cause them to make costly mistake w... see more

Behavioral finance is a theory that tries to analyze the psychological bias that is less noticeable in the standard financial theory. In this theory, there are a lot of behavioral biases that occur in investors that can cause them to make costly mistake w... see more

Decision-making process is a multi-faceted and complex process. Decision making can be defined like a process of choosing from among a number of alternatives. It will not contribute enough to be fully understood and to effective decision making to be addr... see more

Since the fifties, several measures have been developed in order to measure the performance of investments or choices involving uncertain outcomes. Much of these measures are based on Expected Utility Theory, but since the nineties a number of measures ha... see more

Introduction. The article is devoted to the issues of multidisciplinary interaction in new scientific fields, which involve a wide variety of convergences, no matter how strange at first glance they may seem. One of these phenomena is the interaction of p... see more

Behavioral financing is an emerging science and a relatively new area for academic research, leveraging investors’ irrational behavior. To a certain degree, most investment decisions are affected by investors’ biases and expectations, which do not follow ... see more

Theoretically, investors are considered to be rational decision makers in regards to trading in stock markets, however, some empirical studies have statistically discredited this believe. Evidence shows that investors seem to act irrationally in the finan... see more

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