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Leaders in Behavioral Finance and mindfulness techniques suggest ways to change mindset and produce healthy financial behaviors.
Fisher, President & Chief Investment Officer of independent investment management firm Gerstein Fisher and founder of the Gerstein Fisher Research Center, has been tapped to participate in the Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics' 2012 Annual Meeting, which will take place in New York City on the campus of the Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly) from September 18-21.
It has been vigorously challenged by behavioral finance since the 1980s.
Some questions run the risk of being more a test of numeracy than a test of psychological predisposition," says Greg Davies, head of behavioral finance for Barclays Wealth.
No longer merely the rejection of rationality, behavioral finance has come to have a rigorous theoretical foundation of its own and a significant body of empirical evidence in its support.
Step by step, Michael Pompian (a leading authority in the practical application of Behavioral Finance concepts to wealth management) helps you plan a strategy targeted to your personality.
He received behavioral finance training with Bachrach & Associates in 2001, and continues his education in tactical portfolio management through ongoing training provided through Dorsey Wright and Associates.
Behavioral finance concepts help advisers understand client behavior, construct portfolios and build advisers' businesses - "Hard Wired" program material available at www.