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FI 475  Behaviorial Finance (Interim New)


Semester
Spring of every year
Credits
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Prerequisite
FI 312 or FI 321 or approval of department
Restrictions
Open to students in the Eli Broad College of Business and The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management and open to students in the Financial Planning and Wealth Management Minor and open to students in the Insurance and Risk Management Minor.
Description
At times, financial decisions deviate from the paradigm of rational decision-making, yet conform to a range of cognitive and psychological biases. Behavioral finance studies the reasons why various participants in financial markets engage in such decision-making and the related consequences for market prices, investor performance, and corporate decision-making. Solid understanding of behavioral finance has become crucial for developing a thorough understanding of modern finance.
Effective Dates
SPRING 2023 - Open