Behavioral Finance & The Change Of Investor Behavior During & After the Speculative Bubble At The End of The 1990s

Excerpted Abstract (by Malena Johnsson, Henrik Lindblom, & Peter Platan)

The thesis supports, to some extent, the assumption that even though a majority of the investors during 1998 to 2000 seem to have realized the seriousness of the speculative bubble they nevertheless continued their investment activities knowing that the risk for a collapse was imminent. A more common understanding of factors underlying speculative bubbles and the way in which psychological factors affect our decision making should help to avoid the occurrence of such phenomenon and enhance the efficiency of today’s global financial markets.

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20. August 2010 by Miguel Barbosa
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