Title

How frequent trading and frequent portfolio monitoring are related to extreme emotions, overconfidence and impulsivity

RIS ID

115354

Publication Details

Strahilevitz, M., Harvey, J. & Ariely, D. (2015). How frequent trading and frequent portfolio monitoring are related to extreme emotions, overconfidence and impulsivity. In K. Diehl & C. Yoon (Eds.), NA - Advances in Consumer Research Volume 43 (pp. 1-10). Minnesota, United States: Association for Consumer Research.

Abstract

Two surveys of active investors explore how frequent stock trading relates to emotionality, self-control and tendency towards addiction. We also examine correlations with frequent monitoring of one's portfolio, use of mobile technology and several physical and emotional health measures. The results illuminate potential causes and consequences of frequent trading.

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