Research in psychology has documented a range of decision-making behavior’s called biases. These biases can affect all types of decision-making, particularly in money and investing. The biases relate to how we process information to reach decisions and the preferences we have. The biases tend to sit deep within our psyche and may serve us well in certain circumstances. However, in investment they may lead us to unhelpful or even hurtful decisions. As a fundamental part of human nature, these biases affect all types of investors, both professional and private. However, if we understand them and their effects, we may be able to reduce their influence and learn to work around them.
Participants will be able to:
|8:30 – 9:00 am||Registration / Pre Assessment|
|Introduction to Behavioral Finance:
|Limits to Learning
|Understand the systematic biases when people form beliefs
|Understand people’s preferences that violate the expected utility framework
|12.30 – 2pm : Lunch break|
|Understand applications of behavioral theory in the aggregate stock market
|Incorporating Behavioral Finance into Financial Planning and Case Studies
Pauline is a licensed and experienced financial planner who is certified by the Malaysian Securities Commission Financial Planner Representative License (CMSRL) and Bank Negara Financial Advisor Representative License (FAR).
She is also a regular stock market commentator of City Plus FM which is a Chinese business radio station in Malaysia. Pauline is also a course trainer and public speaker at Financial Planning Association Malaysia (FPAM) and Bursa Malaysia. Over 25 years in education, she has accumulated over 50,000 students and conducted over 200 large-scale corporate courses. Other than being a professional financial planner and educator, Pauline is also a bestselling author who has published 6 books on investment and financial planning like “I love stocks”, “I love trading” and I love financial planning. Her articles have appeared in financial magazines as the Personal Money, Money Compass and many more.
Each digital programme is the equivalent of a day’s CE Workshop training for approximately 8 hours. With the lunch break in between, the digital programme will usually take place for 6 hours.
Yes, you may. However, you will not be granted full points from respective parties.
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