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Icon Constr., Inc. v. Statman, Harris, Siegel & Eyrich, L.L.C.

[Cite as Icon Constr., Inc. v. Statman, Harris, Siegel & Eyrich, L.L.C. , 2010-Ohio-2457.] IN THE COURT OF APPEALS FIRST APPELLATE DISTRICT OF OHIO

Behaviorial Finance: Past Battles and Future Engagements

18 ©1999, Association for Investment Management and Research Behaviorial Finance: Past Battles and Future Engagements Meir Statman Market efficiency is at the center of the battle of standard finance versus behavioral finance versus investment professionals.

What Investors Really Want Dr. Meir Statman

666 Burrard Street, Suite 500 Vancouver, BC V6C 3P6 604-435-9889 tel 604-688-2419 fax info@cfavancouver.com www.cfavancouver.com . What Investors Really Want Dr. Meir Statman April 12, 2011

Short Form Order

Short Form Order NEW YORK SUPREME COURT - QUEENS COUNTY Present: HONORABLE DUANE A. HART IA Part 18 Justice x Index JONAH YAVNE, et al. Number 27553 2001 Motion - against - Date March 17, 2004 JOSEPH STATMAN, et al. Motion Cal. Number 39 ...

What Is Behavioral Finance? An Interview with Meir Statman

H uman emotions and cognitive biases play a role in the investment decision of man agers and investors, claim propo nents of behavioral finance.

Portfolio Optimization with Mental Accounts

4/16/2010-837-JFQA 45(2)—00141—ms2711—Das, Markowitz, Scheid, and Statman Page1 JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSISVol. 45, No. 2, Apr. 2010, pp. 000-000 COPYRIGHT 2010, MICHAELG.

The Right to Parenthood An Argument for a Narrow ...

I hope that, in The Right to Parenthood An Argument for a Narrow Interpretation 1 Daniel Statman A BSTRACT The paper argues for two kinds of limitations on the right to parenthood.

What Is Behavioral Finance

Shefrin and Statman (1985) presented the reluctance to realize losses in a behavioral framework. They argue that the reluctance stems from a combination of two cognitive biases and an emotion.

Journal of Applied Corporate Finance

See Meher Statman, "How Many Stocks Make a Diversified Portfolio?" Journal of Financial and Qualitative Analysis 22 (1987), 353-364 upon the idea that investors diversify efficiently.

A Great Company Can be a Great Investment

A Great Company Can be a Great Investment Jeff Anderson Department of Economics Pomona College Claremont CA 91711 Gary Smith Department of Economics Pomona College Claremont CA 91711 contact author: Gary Smith, phone: 909-607-3135; fax: 909-621-8576; gsmith@pomona.edu