Applied Behavioral Finance: White Swans, Revulsion, and Value

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CFA Institute Conference Proceedings Quarterly
March 2009 | Vol. 26 | No. 1 | 13 pages
Source: CFA Institute
James Montier

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Current market conditions, dire as they are, represent not a black swan but a predictable surprise. Unfortunately, behavioral impediments in human nature made most investors unwilling or unable to see this predictable surprise. But despite the uncertain state of today’s markets, the investment environment holds many opportunities for value investors who focus on the long term.

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