This course is included as part of your ILS CE Course Subscription
Lesson 1 briefly introduces Traditional Finance Theory as a backdrop to the new field of Behavioural Finance Theory. Lesson 2 focuses on how irrationality affects the stock market. It will identify some of the flaws of Traditional Finance Theory and how the new field of Behavioural Finance attempts to circumvent these flaws. The course material will help you to identify types of investors and to anticipate their needs and preferences. Overall, the course objective is to make you a better advisor, able to serve your clients with a broader perspective and maximize the returns on their portfolios.
Lesson 1 – Introduction to Economic Theory
Lesson 2 – Investment Behavioural Types and Biases