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Behavioural Finance: Herding, Anchoring and Regret Avoidance

In our second video on Behavioural Finance, Andrew Robbens, UK equities client portfolio manager, explains anchoring, herding and regret avoidance - human traits which a Behavioural Finance approach looks to address.

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Nov 07, 2016
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Andrew Robbens

Client Portfolio Manager, UK Equity Group, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Andrew Robbens is a client portfolio manager within the J.P. Morgan Asset Management UK Equity Group.

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