Interview

 

 

Click here to listen to a December 2013 audio interview with David Dreman, Chairman of Dreman Value Management. (14 minutes)

 

Studies of Market Analysts and Professionals

 

 

Does Analyst Optimism About Future Earnings Distort Stock Prices?
Copyright 2002 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Stephen Ciccone

 

 

Stock Analysts: Experts on Whose Behalf?
Copyright 2002 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Brian Bruce

 

 

Toward an Understanding of the Risky Choice Behavior of Professional Financial Analysts
Copyright 2001 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By:James E. Hunton, Ruth Ann McEwen, and Sudip Bhattacharjee

 

Investment Surveys and Psychology

 

 

A Report on the March 2001 Investor Sentiment Survey
Copyright 2001 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: David Dreman, Stephen Johnson, Donald MacGregor, and Paul Slovic

 

 

The Old Psychology Behind "New Metrics"
Copyright 2000 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
Editorial Commentary

 

Images and Affect

 

 

Investing in Frankinfirms: Predicting Socially Unacceptable Risks
Copyright 2000 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Baruch Fishhoff, Alain Nada
, and Ilya Fischhoff

 

 

Imagery, Affect, and Financial Judgment
Copyright 2000 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Donald G. MacGregor, Paul Slovic, David Dreman, and Michael Berry

 

 

Thought Contagion and Financial Economics: The Dividend Puzzle as a Case Study
Copyright 2000 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: George M. Frankfurter and Elton G. McGoun

 

 

Heuristics in Investor Decision Making
Copyright 1998 by Simon & Schuster
Adapted from Chapter 10 of Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation
By: David Dreman
Reprinted with permission by the Author

 

Studies of Markets

 

 

"What Goes Up Must Come Down" - How Charts Influence Decisions to Buy and Sell Stocks
Copyright 2003 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Thomas Mussweiler and Karl Schneller

 

 

Does the Market Have a Mind of Its Own, and Does It Get Carried Away With Excess Cash?
Copyright 2002 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Gunduz Caginalp

 

 

Unconscious Herding Behavior as the Psychological Basis of Financial Market Trends and Patterns
Copyright 2001 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Robert R. Prechter, Jr.

 

 

Financial Bubbles: Excess Cash, Momentum, and Incomplete Information
Copyright 2001 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Gunduz Caginalp, David Porter, and Vernon L. Smith

 

 

Overreactions, Momentum, Liquidity, and Price Bubbles in Laboratory and Field Asset Markets
Copyright 2000 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By: Gunduz Caginalp, David Porter, and Vernon L. Smith

 

Initial Public Offerings

 

 

The Changing Nature of the Initial Public Offering Market
Copyright 2002 by The Institute of Psychology and Markets
By:Timothy Loughran

 

 

 

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