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Purpose – The present paper’s aim lies in providing an empirical analysis of whether the loan officers’ psychological traits display an explanation of their subjective prediction accuracy. Design/methodology/approach – A qualitative and qualitative analysis has also been applied. Findings – The...
Purpose – This study aims to find out why and how institutional investors in Hong Kong use momentum in the investment process. Design/methodology/approach – This study is based on interviews with 25 institutional investors based in Hong Kong, all of whom had practical investment experience of at...
Purpose – This study’s aim is to investigate the role of investor communication in equity-based crowdfunding. The study explores whether and how investor communication can reduce information asymmetries between investors and new ventures in equity-based crowdfunding, thereby facilitating the...
Purpose – This paper aims to offer a cultural understanding of investor faith in stock picking despite overwhelming evidence questioning its efficacy. Why, in the face of very widely communicated findings calling into question the advice and assistance offered by financial professionals to help...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the presence the behavioral biases in Indian investors specifically, overconfidence, excessive optimism (pessimism), herd behavior and the disposition effect. It further investigates the role of demographics and investor sophistication in...
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