The Psychology of Finance Lars Tvede The author approaches this fascinating area from the belief that "psychology can be used to explain important aspects of market behaviour, including some aspects of common technical analysis". Without giving too much away, Lars Tvede believes that there is an inherent structure in price movements, depending on the type of stock or market one is investigating. The author's style is very "hands-on", which results in an extremely readable and enjoyable account of the movements in prices of financial assets. Analysts, traders and bankers will find this book essential reading. Economists and the personal investor will also find The Psychology of Finance interesting. Finance/Investment Psychological Aspects
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Professional investing is mainly a question of finding good value at low prices. You can, for instance, buy the value, wait for its price to go up - and then sell and take your profit. Prices of financial instruments move all the time, and while they do tend to catch up with value when they have been out of synch for a while, they also move for other reasons. This book is about some of these "other reasons". It is about how psychology can drive movements in the prices of financial assets.About the Author:
Lars Tvede was born in Copenhagen in 1957. He has a Master of Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Since then he has worked as a derivatives trader, portfolio manager and investment banker. He co-founded The Fantastic Corporation (www.fantastic.com), a broadband internet company, in 1996. He is also a director of European Focus (www.provalue.ch), a hedge fund. He has authored and co-authored several books including Business Cycles (Harwood Academic Publishers) and Data Broadcasting - the Technology and the Business (John Wiley & Sons). Lars Tvede now lives in Zug, Switzerland with his wife and children.
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