Traditional and online news outlets
My work has been covered by several national and international news outlets:
- The Capco Journal of Financial Transformation features my article on robo-advice: Robo-Advice and the Future of Delegated Investment [pdf]
- Entrepreneur Europe reports our results on analysts and CEO extraversion: 3 Ways to Help Introverts Shine in an Extrovert-Leaning Workplace [pdf]
- The Canadian Investment Review picks up our findings on algorithm aversion: Does ‘algorithm aversion’ exist in financial decision-making? [pdf]
- The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reports our results on retirement timing: Warum die Deutschen so früh in Rente gehen [pdf]
- The Wall Street Journal recommends our test for time consistent preferences: Before Retiring, Take This Simple Test [pdf]
- The Huffington Post wonders why investors mistake luck for skill: This Is Your Brain on Money [pdf]
- The AAII Journal features our results on investor happiness: Relative Portfolio Returns Influence Happiness [pdf]
- The Mannheimer Morgen talked to me during my PhD program: Der Luxus der Gedankenfreiheit [pdf]
- The Börsenzeitung features a guest article by my co-author Alexander Kempf on our work on emotions: Die rosarote Brille der Anleger [pdf]
- The Investors Chronicle runs a comment series covering several of my articles:
- Revisiting the equity premium puzzle [pdf]
- Not seeing risk [pdf]
- What we have to fear [pdf]
- How (not) to think about risk [pdf]
- The worst losses [pdf]
- Underestimating risk [pdf]
- The knowledge problem [pdf]
- Fooled by randomness
- Fear itself [pdf]
- The psychology of overtrading [pdf]
- When investors know too much [pdf]
Some of the articles are behind paywalls or are not accessible from specific countries. Have a look at the pdfs instead.
Our findings are regularly discussed in investment blogs (newest posts first):
- Medium.com (in Turkish): Robo-Danışmanlar ve Yakın Gelecek
- Klement on Investing: Robo-advisors will grow - if they can survive long enough
- Dirk Söhnholz (in German): ESG-News, Robo-Infos und mehr
- Stumbling and Mumbling: A behavioural economic case for Brexit
- AES International (video): What is the next big investment opportunity?
- IngDiBa Blog (ezonomics): How to steer a straighter course when investing?
- Stumbling and Mumbling: The impact bias against Labour
- IngDiBa Blog (ezonomics): Rethink investing chances for your golden years
- Stumbling and Mumbling: A new year’s message
- Stumbling and Mumbling: The incumbency advantage
- MoneySense: Set up your portfolio for success in 2016
- The Evidence-Based Invesor (TEBI): Don’t assume outperformance is down to skill
- Progeny: Que Sera, Sera – The Role of Chance in Market Returns
- De Vries Investment Services (in Dutch): Waarom veel beleggers teleurgesteld zijn in de prestaties van hun beleggingsportefeuille?
- Value Walk: Fooled by Randomness: Investors Don’t Properly Evaluate Fund Manager Skill
- Salon: This is your brain on money: Why America’s rich think differently than the rest of us
- Smash Company: What exactly is the link between success and narcissistic overconfidence?
- Stumbling and Mumbling: Narcissism, hubris and “success”
- Dan Egan (Betterment): Do investors know what will make them happy?
- reposted on Optimal Behavior
- FAZ blog: AEA Meeting: Inequality, Rating Agencies and Happiness: Interesting papers at the meeting
- Blogi Bossa (in Polish): Konsekwencje nadmiernego optymizmu
- Dan Egan (Betterment): On herding and second-order beliefs
- reposted on Optimal Behavior
- CXO Advisory Group: Stated Beliefs Versus Trading Behavior
Please be so kind and report any broken links to me.