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The Psychology of Contrarian Investing

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Thu, 5 Dec 2013

Behavioral finance, broadly defined, has given us a fairly comprehensive understanding of investors’ real decision processes. It has taught us to set aside the timeworn fiction of “economic man”—the well-informed, utility-maximizing homunculus with stable preferences and superb computational skills

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