Category: Behavioral Finance

4 posts categorized as "Behavioral Finance"

Duality and the Story of a Gorilla

August 8, 2018

Content provided by Robyn Murray, Freelance Writer Nick Arreola is used to navigating different worlds. He is biracial (white American and Mexican) and a degree-laden academic psychologist who has spent half his career teaching himself how to write code. Now, in a new position at CLS– one that involves a bet on behavioral and science-driven…

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Understanding Investors

December 19, 2017

Earlier this year, CLS began to research behavioral investing with the help of local Ph.D.s at Omaha’s own Creighton University. The goal was a little different from typical studies of behavioral investing biases, which have been well documented. What CLS set out to do was help advisors help their clients by identifying investors’ common traits…

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Having Regret Doesn’t Pay!

October 26, 2017

Content provided by Paula Wieck, CFA, Portfolio Manager In early October, it was announced that Richard Thaler, renowned economist and theorist in behavioral finance, was awarded 2017’s Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. Thaler, amongst other behavioral economists, such as Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, have made tremendous contributions to this field of science, which has…

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Q & A with Nicholas Arreola, PhD, Creighton University

July 21, 2017

CLS’s Case Eichenberger, CIMA, Client Portfolio Manager sits down with Creighton University’s Nicholas Arreola, PhD, Data Scientist, Developer, to discuss behavioral finance.

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