Loss aversion bias – the irrational belief that losses are bigger than similar-sized gains –can be influential in economics and investment.
Fund managers are offering single country funds in developing markets such as China, Brazil, India and Indonesia, but do they offer great rewards and are they worth the risk?
The disposition effect in behavioural finance is one of the many biases or partialities that people are influenced by when they make imperfect decisions, particularly in investing and market trading.
Despite information from a wider variety of sources being more readily available than ever before, familiarity bias remains an issue. Investors stick with what they know.
Learn about 50 female investors who have built a winning investment portfolio and the different ways they achieved their goals.
What would happen to trading in the UK and shares on the London Stock Exchange if President Donald Trump were impeached?
Which fund managers have the capability to identify turnaround stories and how have recovery funds fared during recent bull markets
Herd behaviour and the bandwagon effect are instinctive impulses to follow the actions of a crowd, despite an individual's own, better, judgment
Laws governing market dominance and competition are important facets of market regulation, helping to uphold the rights and best interests of the public
Currency trading, known as foreign exchange trading or forex, was once the territory of a select few. But a technological revolution, access to better information, lower trading costs and greater transparency have all helped bring greater numbers of traders to the global foreign exchange market