The Psychology of Investor Behavior: Part One

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 10,726 views is proud to welcome Scott Bosworth, Vice President of Dimensional Fund Advisors. Scott presents Part One of The Psychology of Investor Behavior. Are we working against ourselves when we invest? Do our instincts betray our own decision making process? Scott talks about various "bubbles" throughout the history of the market and how fear and greed dictate how we invest. He digs into our cognitive biases like overconfidence, illusion of control and regret avoidance.


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