November 3, 2017
“Implications of Investor Behavior” presented by Christian Newton, DFA
Courtesy of: TD Ameritrade
Academic research offers a well-documented lesson in the pitfalls of emotional investing. We will explore the foundations of behavioral psychology, including common cognitive biases, and explains why behavioral finance and market efficiency can be compatible notions.
During this session, you will learn how to communicate market risks and market efficiency with your clients and help counsel them to make better investment decisions.
This session has been submitted for 1 hour continuing education credits for CFP®. CPE (CPA) self-reporting. The session does not qualify for Florida Insurance CE.
About our Speaker:
Christian Newton, Regional Director Dimensional Fund Advisors, helps financial advisors leverage Dimensional's capital markets research and its application to portfolio and practice management.
Previously, Christian spent 10 years in Dimensional's Marketing group, serving variously as art director, head of interactive, and vice president of marketing, with a focus on creating materials for financial advisors.
Christian experienced the first wave of internet growth working at consulting conglomerate USWeb/CKS. He holds a BA in history from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His online writing has been profiled in the New York Times and Entertainment Weekly.
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