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Calling The Turns: Why Market Timing Is So Hard

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In addition to this kind of indolence or inertia, Daniel Kahneman (2011) and others have described a number of cognitive biases and patterns of emotionally charged behavior that affect individuals' choices under uncertainty-the selling and buying of ...

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The happiness conspiracy: against optimism and the cult of positive thinking

New Statesman
The Nobel Prizewinner Daniel Kahneman (the author of the bestseller Thinking, Fast and Slow) and his collaborator Dan Lovallo point out that optimism undermines executive decisions. They show that forecasts based solely on internal company attitudes ...

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World Thinkers 2014: Daniel Kahneman

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World Thinkers 2014: Daniel Kahneman ... Nassim Nicholas Taleb described it as “a landmark book in social thought, in the same league as The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith and The Interpretation of Dreams by Sigmund Freud.” Kahneman won the ...

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Omniscience bias: how the internet makes us think we already know everything

New Statesman
According to the psychologist Daniel Kahneman, “our comforting conviction the world makes sense rests on a secure foundation: our almost unlimited ability to ignore our ignorance.” It's never been easier to go through life assuming you know everything ...

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