Psychology and Finance Overconfidence Pride and Regret Risk Perceptions Decision Frames Mental Accounting Forming Portfolios Representativeness and Familiarity Social Interaction and Investing Emotion and Investment Decisions Self-Control and Decision Making Physiology of Investing
John R. Nofsinger is the William H. Seward Endowed Chair in International Finance and Professor of Finance at the University of Alaska Anchorage, USA.
"Nofsinger does an incredible job explaining why we sometimes make poor investing decisions. Read this book and save your wallet from self-inflicted pain and anguish!" Wesley R. Gray, CEO, Alpha Architect, USA "Each new edition of The Psychology of Investing offers added breadth and depth on this fascinating subject. Investors who lack awareness about the psychological aspects of finance can be their own worst enemies. Nofsinger's current update of this highly insightful book is a must-read for all investors interested in improving their chances of achieving success in the market." H. Kent Baker, American University, USA