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The Meaningful Money Personal Finance Podcast

Oct 12, 2016

Following on from part one of my interview with Greg Davies, this week we’re bringing you the second part, and this week we get nicely practical in helping you make good decisions…

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Beeswax & Ropes: A Framework for Good Decisions

Greg Davies is the founder Centapse, where he will further develop the approach to behavioural finance that he has spent years studying. his new firm works with the financial services industry to make investing decisions easier. I think you’ll enjoy this chat with Greg if you haven’t listened to it before. If you haven’t listened to last week’s show, I suggest you do that first…

In this show, you’ll learn:

  • What Greg means by anxiety-adjusted returns
  • his view on the classic investor profiles and the behaviours of each
  • Whether better investment decision-making frameworks be learned
  • About the concept of anchoring and its effect on financial decision-making
  • How can ordinary investors be aware of their own decision making tendencies and adjust if necessary?
    • Three things to look out for and do
    • Three things to look out for and NOT do

Resources mentioned in this week’s show

Book: Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking Fast & Slow

Website: Greg Davies’ company: Centapse

Website: Investment philosophy website at Barclays