Richard Thaler, a professor of behavioral science and economics at the University of Chicago, is a recognized leader in the field of behavioral finance. The basic hypothesis of behavioral finance is that, due to behavioral biases, markets make persistent mistakes in the pricing of securities. An example of a persistent mistake is that the market underreacts to news—both good and bad news is only slowly incorporated into prices.
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