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The Journal of Behavioral Finance & Economics
JBF&E

Volume 4, Issue 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Cover page

 

 

Introduction

 

 

The Impact of Endogenously Determined Uncertainty About Future Mispricings and Investigatory Outcomes
Liang Fu, Austin Murphy

 

Page 1

What Explains the Short-Term Stock Selections of Amateur Investors? An Experiment
Yuri Khoroshilov, Anna Dodonova

 

Page 23

Behavioral Portfolio Management
C. Thomas Howard

 

Page 39

How Expert Judgment Reacts to a Major Financial Crisis: An Analysis of the 1925-1933 Bond Ratings of John Moody
John T. Donnellan, Berry K. Wilson

 

Page 62

The Wealth and Reverse Wealth Effects: Insights from the Survey of Consumer Finances
Joann Fredrickson

 

Page 78

Appendix

 

Page 90