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Did you know that retail investors often depart form traditional market theory to follow their own intuition to create portfolios?

An alternative theory, known as "Behavioral Economics", is highly popular among retail investors as it considers the effects of emotional, cultural and social factors on the economic decisions of individuals and institutions. In the new series 36 "Investor Psychology", you will learn about the limitations of expected utility theory, the impact of risk and loss aversion, the process through which investors select and process information, and lastly, about various revealing biases that influence investment decisions.

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It's time for a fundamental review and analysis of the equity market.

In the new series 9 "Equity Research and Valuation" you will be introduced to the most current concepts. Deep dive into Cluster Analysis - a technique used by Big Data Analysts to classify mutual funds or hedge funds. The new modules are based upon real scenarios and market data, maintaining meaningful and practical relevance.

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Bolster your financial knowledge with our new series 34 "Economic Analysis" - available now!

The world economic system has to overcome several challenges such as trade war, the pressure of migration, changing technologies, and a geographic shift in productions. The Brexit vote and the U.S. presidential election were evidence of a dramatic change in global cooperation, with a push for more protectionism.

In our new series 34 "Economic Analysis" you will learn the essentials to address these topics.

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