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Educated at Brigham Young and Emory Universities, Dr. Daniel Crosby is a psychologist, behavioral finance expert and asset manager who applies his study of market psychology to everything from financial product design to security selection. He is co-author of the New York Times bestseller Personal Benchmark: Integrating Behavioral Finance and Investment Management and founder of Nocturne Capital. ... Read more on Daniel Crosby
'The Behavioral Investor' is Daniel Crosby's brilliant new book which looks at how professional investors can improve and enhance their performance by better understanding the way their brains influence their behaviours and affects their investment practice. Steven Goldstein, Senior Managing Director, Alpha R Cubed
...a useful summary of an increasingly important field of investing. Our brains have not evolved fast enough to make us expert in many investment decisions, and being aware of these short-comings may help us, not to knock it out of the park as investors, but to avoid various more obvious mistakes that can often hurt our wealth. Simon Moore, Chief Investment Officer at Moola and contributor to Forbes
Crosby’s book is eminently readable, with ample stories and studies...the book offers the reader valuable lessons in creating a portfolio that can, at least in part, circumvent the most pervasive behavioral pitfalls. Brenda Jubin, Reading the Markets blog
...Crosby is a master of his craft, a great storyteller as well as an academic, who can explain sometimes difficult concepts in simple terms and support his arguments with thought-provoking and entertaining commentary. Richard Gill, CFA and contributor to Master Investor
Rather arrogantly, I thought I knew everything there was to know about behavioural finance. After reading 'The Behavioural Investor' I realise I was wrong (ironically arrogance is one of the cognitive flaws that Dr Crosby writes about in his excellent book!). Robert Carver, author 'Smart Portfolios' and visiting lecturer at Queen Mary, University of London
For fans of behavioral finance Crosby's book is a must to add to your collection. For neophytes it's a great introduction. Larry Swedroe, Author and Director of Research , The BAM Alliance
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I recently interviewed Daniel Crosby, a psychologist who specializes in behavioural finance... Crosby is not appealing to greed when he points out the advantages of investing in stocks over the long ...Read more
His new book, “The Behavioral Investor” (Harriman House-Oct. 16, 2018) follows Crosby’s New York Times bestseller, “Personal Benchmark” (2014), co-authored with Charles Widger.
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Behavioral finance is sometimes mistakenly seen as a vehicle for ridding investors of their pesky emotions and irrational quirks en route to them becoming something like the Homo Economicus that ...Read more
By understanding some of the latest behavioral investing research, you may improve your investment performance. However, it’s not quite as simple as you may think. In his new book, aptly titled The ...Read more
Reading The Markets
In 2014 Daniel Crosby, a psychologist and asset manager, co-authored the bestselling Personal Benchmark: Integrating Behavioral Finance and Investment Management and followed that up in 2016 with The ...Read more
Living with Money
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Meaningful Money podcast
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So Money podcast
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All About Your Benjamins
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If you’ve ever followed the ups and downs of the stockmarket you’ll know that markets and individual investors don’t always act rationally. Indeed, sometimes their behaviour can be completely ...Read more
The area of behaviourial investing has grown in relevance and importance since the global financial crisis of 2008 and this book is one of the best to have been published in this period.Read more
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This New York Times bestselling author offers The Behavioral Investor, an applied look at how psychology should inform the art and science of investment management.Read more
The Irrelevant Investor
Steve Mnuchin's bizarre statement on the health of the banks, huge swings in the market from day-to-day, the causes of the market downturn, can we really blame the algos for increased volatility, is ...Read more
The American Asociation of Individual Investors
Following a systematic, rules-based approach and automating your process to the extent possible is the easiest way to manage your emotions and use the tendency to adhere to the status quo to your ...Read more
The Behavioral Investor, Daniel Crosby (@danielcrosby) not only helps understand the basis for our actions but how to live our investing lives with these biases in mind. Daniel is the Chief ...Read more
Along those lines The Behavioral Investor is the latest effort from finance psychologist and wealth manager Daniel Crosby, with the book having the ambitious aim of being the most comprehensive guide ...Read more
For this week’s interview, we are going to take an in depth look at behavior in investing, how it hurts us, and what can potentially be done about it. My guest is psychologist Dr. Daniel Crosby. ...Read more
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3. The Behavioral Investor (Daniel Crosby)
Dr. Daniel Crosby has a Ph.D. in psychology and he flaunts it, by going above and beyond the performance of investors and portfolio managers and delving ...
Daniel was in town recently, and gave me a few copies of his most recent book, The Behavioral Investor to share. If you would like a copy, reply to this email. I'll draw three names and send copies ...Read more
Your Money, Your Wealth
Behavioral finance expert Dr. Daniel Crosby talks about his latest book, The Behavioral Investor and cracks us up with stories of how “having to go” and other physiological, sociological, and ...Read more
The Vox Markets Podcast
On the Vox Markets Podcast Today: 6th March 2019
Dr Daniel Crosby, New York Times bestselling author of the, "The Laws of Wealth" and now "The Behavioral Investor", discusses his work and in ...
Keen on Retirement
When Dr. Daniel Crosby was in his 20s, he had a fateful conversation with his father about what he should do for a living. Dr. Crosby’s father was a financial advisor, but young Daniel didn’t ...Read more
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Crosby is at the forefront of behavioralizing finance and has published several bestselling books that serve as guides to building strong advisor-client engagement, including You're Not that Great ...Read more
“The Laws of Wealth: Psychology and the Secret to Investing Success” by Daniel Crosby
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13. The Behavioral Investor by Daniel Crosby
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You don’t need to read 10,000 pages before you can get your feet wet. But there are some general topic areas you do want to have some familiarity with.
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P.S. I just finished reading Daniel Crosby’s “The Behavioral Investor,” which I highly recommend. You can find my list of the best baker’s dozen of behavioral finance books here.Read more
The Art of Manliness Podcast
When it comes to investing, your brain can be your best friend or your worst enemy. My guest today explains how, and what you can do to ensure your brain is a staunch ally in your quest for financial ...Read more
I recently provided a baker’s dozen list of my favorite books on behavioral finance. Having just finished reading Daniel Crosby’s The Behavioral Investor (available from the Amazon link on this ...Read more
The Money Panel
So today we are welcoming Dr. Daniel Crosby, who is a psychologist and a behavioural finance expert who helps organisations to really understand the mind and the financial markets. In Daniel’s ...Read more
Between Now and Success
On my latest podcast, Sterling Shea and I had a fascinating riff on this idea of hospitality as differentiated from simply providing “excellent service.”
As a financial advisor, we can do ...