S&P is presenting a program entitled Diversifying Income and Innovations in Asset Allocation this coming Thursday, April 10, beginning at 1pm PT at the Montage Beverly Hills Hotel. I will be speaking along with some excellent and knowledgeable luminaries (Hi Meb!). It’s free of charge and even includes a cocktail reception afterwards. CE credit is available. Registration and program information is available here. I hope to see many of you there.
In conjunction with my speaking engagement with and for the American Association of Individual Investors (Los Angeles), I am listing here some handy resources and citations relating to my presentation. Note that many of these resources contain links themselves that offer additional, helpful research and information.
- Thinking Fast and Slow
- The Little Book of Behavioral Investing
- 9.11 and the Narrative Fallacy
- Stories vs. Statistics
- The Semmelweis reflex
- Investors’ 10 Most Common Behavioral Biases
- The Greatest Risk of All
- Bias Blindness
- Bias Blindness and Political Polarization
- Perception and misperception of bias in human judgment
- Top Ten Ways to Deal with Behavioral Biases
- Objectivity in the Eye of the Beholder: Divergent Perceptions of Bias in Self Versus Others
- They Saw A Game: A Case Study
- Cargo Cult Science
- The case for motivated reasoning
- How Not to Be Data-Driven
- CFA Conference: Daniel Kahneman
- The Value Project
- Reckoning with Risk
- Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior 2013
- Why Inexperienced Investors Do Not Learn: They Do Not Know Their Past Portfolio Performance
I will be speaking at the Spring conference of the Retirement Income Industry Association in Chicago on March 19-20, 2012. The focus of the conference is “Retail Distribution & Defined Contribution: Leading Retirement Income Innovation & Change.” The RIIA always puts on excellent educational events. I hope I will see you there.