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Christopher K. Merker, PhD, CFA -- CFA Institute, 14 August, 2017
It turns out boards and investment committees are like everything else — imperfect entities run by imperfect people. They can be distracted, emotional, self-interested, unengaged, and at cross-purposes, often with members who lack investment training or experience. Read more...
E.Ted Prince -- Perth Leadership Institute, 12 August, 2017
So now Bitcoin has split between two camps, the miners and the rest. That gives us a bit of insight into the psychodynamics of the Bitcoin community. Can we figure out more of them? Read more...
Advances in Technology, Behavioral Psychology, and Artificial Intelligence will Lead the Next Transformation of Technical Analysis
Richard Lehman -- Proactive Advisor Magazine, 2 August, 2017
While technical analysis has its roots in practices thousands of years old, advances in technology, behavioral psychology, and artificial intelligence will lead the next transformation of the discipline. Read more...