Daniel Crosby is a New York Times Bestselling author with books like “Personal Benchmark”, “The Laws of wealth”, and “The behavioral investor”. He is also the Chief Behavioral Officer of Brinker Capital. He spoke at TEDx in Huntsville and hosts the podcast “Standard deviations”. Daniel holds a PhD in Psychology from Brigham Young University.
We talk about his role as Chief Behavioural Officer, the insights of his several books and how to apply the learnings from behavioural finance in real life. We dive into the psychology of human beings, how investors can stick with their portfolio during difficult times and how to outsmart yourself and other investors. We touch on hedge funds like Long Term Capital Management and Renaissance Technologies and the merits of active and passive investing.
This episode was recorded in January 2020.
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