A finance executive education series helping professionals identify and take steps to minimize the most prevalent psychological biases and aversions that hinder investment decision making. The Behavioral Finance Exchange is a production of DePaul University’s Department of Finance and the Driehause Center for Behavioral Finance.
A BFX conversation with New York Times best-selling author and professor of psychology, Dr. Daniel Simons
Jim Valentine of DePaul's Driehaus Center for Behavioral Finance interviews Dr. Daniel Simons, a New York Times best-selling author and professor of psychology to explore how critical thinking can help us overcome six everyday illusions to improve decision making, including budgeting and investing.
Behavioral Finance and Investing: A Conversation with Dan Egan
Jim Valentine of DePaul University's Driehaus Center for Behavioral Finance is joined by Dan Egan, Director of Behavioral Science and Investing at Betterment, to discuss the drivers of harmful financial behavior; how to prevent it with tips for better savings; and reducing speculation and improving planning.
Overconfidence Bias with Dr. Ryan Murphy
Jim Valentine of DePaul's Driehaus Center for Behavioral Finance interviews Dr. Ryan Murphy of Morningstar's Decision Sciences Behavioral Insights group to help investment professionals improve their forecasting skills by learning how inattentional blindness and overconfidence cloud our forecasting ability and steps to reduce its insidious impact.