Richard Taffler

Richard Taffler

Professor of Finance, University of Warwick
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Richard Taffler joined Warwick Business School in January 2011 as Professor of Finance from a chair at Manchester Business School. Previously he was the Martin Currie Professor of Finance and Investment at the University of Edinburgh. An authority on behavioural finance, he has published over a hundred academic and professional papers and books, and is frequently quoted in the media.

Richard’s interests include the identification and exploitation of stock market anomalies, including the market’s inability to deal with bad news appropriately, fund manager performance and nature of their investment decisions, sell-side analyst judgements, financial distress, and the impact of CEO overconfidence and narcissism on firm performance. Professor Taffler is currently helping to develop the new paradigm of emotional finance to complement traditional and behavioural perspectives and which focuses on the role of the emotions and the unconscious in investment decisions and market behaviour.

Richard consults actively with major investment houses, international banks and other financial organisations and particularly enjoys his engagement with investment practitioners.

Presentations for the STA

IFTA 2014 Behavioural economics/finance

Behavioural economics/finance – Professor Richard Taffler, an authority on behavioural finance, discusses how cognitive biases often lead to systematic deviations from a standard of rationality or good judgement. He also explains how a better understanding of these heuristics and of the biases to which they lead could improve judgements and decisions in situations of uncertainty, such as prevalent in financial markets.

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Next STA Meeting

STA Monthly Meeting – April 2019

Monday 8th April 2019 at 6.30pm

Global Cash Flow

Determine which market is leading and how to examine it. How to define and handle timing differences in revolving markets. Understand how European markets are positioned relative to global indexes for timing and price projection. This presentation covers many different methods but in a tight package for the purpose of building intermarket relationships to improve probability and timing.

Future STA Meetings

STA Monthly Meeting – May 2019

Tuesday 14th May 2019 at 6.30pm

Price does not align to time

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