Investing appears to be about the markets, but it's not, it's really about you. By adressing the major psychological underpinnings of strong and weak investment performance from personality traits and emotion management to values and beliefs, thought traps, and stress management and showing you how to institute lasting behavioral change and maintain motivation in pursuit of your goals, MarketPsych will improve your investing mind—set and help you excel even in the toughest markets.
He is cofounder of MarketPsych LLC, where he trains financial advisors, portfolio managers, traders, and executives in emotion management and intuitive decision skills. Additionally, he operates MarketPsychAdvisor. Peterson is the author of the Wiley title Inside the Investor's Brain , which was praised as "exceptionally well—written" and "outstanding" by Barron's. His financial psychology research has been published in leading academic journals and textbooks, and he is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Behavioral Finance.
Peterson lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters. He went on to join the consulting firm RHR International LLP, where he developed senior executives in leadership and pioneered a specialty in the new field of behavioral finance.
In , Murtha cofounded MarketPsych LLC, where he has led hundreds of workshops and training sessions on applied investing psychology. Honors Program Senior Thesis: Associate Editor, Journal of Behavioral Finance.
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Through MarketPsych Data www. He is a registered investment adviser and was previously managing director of MarketPsy Capital LLC, a psychology-based asset management firm www. His book, "Inside the Investor's Brain" Wiley, , was praised as "outstanding" and a "seminal text" by Barrons.
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It's Not About the Money. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Earning, spending, and saving. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. His book, "Inside the Investor's Brain" Wiley, , was praised as "outstanding" and a "seminal text" by Barrons.
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