Dynamic Planner and Henley Business School launch investor behaviour study

Two-year study

Sophie King
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 Chris Jones: “We are determined to help improve the ultimate outcome for investors through being thought leaders in solving the problems in solving the problems of today and tomorrow for advice firms and their clients.”
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Chris Jones: “We are determined to help improve the ultimate outcome for investors through being thought leaders in solving the problems in solving the problems of today and tomorrow for advice firms and their clients.”

Dynamic Planner and Henley Business School have paired up to launch a two-year behavioural science and investment study.

The key aim of the initiative is to understand how investors behave when their investments fall in value. The pairing will also look at investors' natural actions, the time it takes them to act ...

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