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Thursday, June 05, 2008
Can human beings ever trade like systematic, emotion-free, systems?.

A SQUARE :: 05Jun08 Neural Network Investing
Category Behavioural Finance
Faculty Jason Kulhanek
Expertise Behavioural Finance
Author Sona Blessing
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People are people because of their emotions. The way the stock market responds to news is proof of that. Majority of the investors I’ve talked with have at some point let those emotions affect their trading decisions. The amount varies and tends to depend on their “current circumstances” and on how they “perceive” risk.
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