Behavioral Finance and Investment Strategy

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The emerging field of Behavioral Finance has developed a wide range of insights that have disrupted how we think about financial markets. Drawing on insights from psychology, information economics, complex systems, and game theory; behavioral finance has put the Strategy back in Investment Strategy. Professor LaBlanc highlights how the insights of game theory, in particular, can inform our understanding of how market participants interact and how asset prices are determined.

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Klarman: Baupost’s Core Principles Have Helped The Fund Outperform

Seth KlarmanWhen Baupost, the $30 billion Boston-based hedge fund now managed by Seth Klarman, was founded in 1982, it was launched with a core set of aims. Q4 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Established by Harvard professor William Poorvu and a group of four other founding families, including Klarman, the group aimed to compound Read More

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