“Regret is probably the greatest enemy of good decision making in personal finance,” Daniel Kahneman told delegates at the 71st CFA Institute Annual Conference.
India’s economy will experience the ordinary progress of a century over the next decade.
Portugal’s resurgence from the economic crisis over the past few years has been nothing short of extraordinary. Antonella Puca, CFA, CIPM, spoke with Ulugbek Suyumov, CFA, for his perspective on the country’s outlook.
Much of what you think you know about the Kelly criterion is wrong, writes Alon Bochman, CFA.
Loss aversion may not influence investment decision making as much as we think, says David Gal.
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Paul McCaffrey is the editor of Enterprising Investor at CFA Institute. Previously, he served as an editor at the H.W. Wilson Company. His writing has appeared in Financial Planning and DailyFinance, among other publications. He holds a BA in English from Vassar College and an MA in journalism from the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Journalism.