Behavioral Finance and the Psychology of Human Misjudgment

Greg Vanderford, Knowledge is Power!

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27 Videos (3h 31m)
    • Psychology of Misjudgement Promo

      1:26
    • Lesson 1 Introduction to Behavioral Finance

      7:44
    • Lesson 2 Contrast Misreaction Tendency

      8:14
    • Lesson 3 Social Proof Tendency

      7:12
    • Lesson 4 Deprival Super Reaction Tendency

      9:14
    • Lesson 5 Over Optimism Tendency 2

      12:09
    • Lesson 6 Pain Avoidance Tendency

      8:06
    • Lesson 7 Reciprocation Tendency

      9:21
    • Lesson 8 Influence from Association Tendency

      7:21
    • Lesson 9 Envy and Jealousy Tendency

      9:02
    • Lesson 10 Kantian Fairness Tendency

      11:32
    • Lesson 11 Curiosity Tendency

      7:39
    • Lesson 12 Inconsistency Avoidance Tendency

      7:59
    • Lesson 13 Doubt Avoidance Tendency

      7:38
    • Lesson 14 Disliking Tendency

      7:35
    • Lesson 15 Liking Loving Tendency

      4:50
    • Lesson 16 Reward Punishment Super Response Tendency

      15:25
    • Lesson 17 Stress Influence Tendency

      8:03
    • Lesson 18 Availability Misweighing Tendency

      6:01
    • Lesson 19 Use it or Lose it Tendency

      5:31
    • Lesson 20 Drug Misinfluence Tendency

      8:48
    • Lesson 21 Senescence Misinfluence Tendency

      5:27
    • Lesson 22 Authority Misinfluence Tendency

      11:09
    • Lesson 23 Twaddle Tendency

      6:32
    • Lesson 24 Reason Respecting Tendency

      3:31
    • Lesson 25 Lollapalooza Tendency

      8:22
    • Lesson 26 Conclusion

      5:12

About This Class

BEHAVIORAL FINANCE is a relatively new area of study. 

Blending together psychology and finance, this subject came about as professors and practitioners of both professions found themselves faced with an inescapable truth:

PEOPLE ARE EMOTIONAL ABOUT MONEY!

Not only are people emotional about money, but this emotion and the misjudgement that it causes has a huge negative affect on the average person's finances.

Understanding the Psychology of Human Misjudgement, made popular by Warren Buffett's right hand man Charlie Munger, will help you to make better financial decisions, be a better investor, and help you build wealth much faster.

In this course you will learn:

1. Contrast Misreaction Tendency

2. Social Proof Tendency

3. Deprival Super Reaction Tendency

4. Over Optimism Tendency

5. Pain Avoiding Tendency

6. Reciprocation Tendency

7. Influence from Association

8. Envy/Jealousy Tendency

9. Kantian Fairness Tendency

10. Curiosity Tendency

11. Inconsistency Avoidance Tendency

12. Doubt Avoidance Tendency

13. Disliking Tendency

14. Reward/Punishment Super Response Tendency

15. Stress Influence Tendency

16. Availability Misweighing Tendency

17. Use it or Lose it Tendency

18. Drug Misinfluence Tendency

19. Senesence Misinfluence Tendency

20. Authority Misinfluence Tendency

21. Twaddle Tendency

22. Reason Respecting Tendency

23. Lollapalooza Tendency

Join the course and use your new understanding of Behavioral Finance to make better investing decisions and build more wealth faster than anyone that does not understand these fundamentals principles!

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Greg Vanderford

Knowledge is Power!

My courses are designed based on my many years as a teacher and student of education and business. I hold a master's degree in curriculum and instruction and have been designing curricula for over a decade.

The business, language, and chess courses that I have built are a reflection of this experience and dedication to education. My goal is to reach as many people as possible with my courses, which is why I have chosen the internet as my ideal mode of delivery.

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