Behavioral Finance


Aware that you can’t separate trading from your emotions, we offer this new training.

Training Objectives
  • Overcoming emotions to intervene in the financial markets. At the end of the training, the trainee will be able to identify his emotional shortcomings. Through this approach, he will be able to look for ways to overcome them and will be able to take decisions to intervene on the markets more serenely.
Professional skills to be achieved
  • Understand the need to look for possible failures in one's own decisions to intervene in financial markets.
Public concerned and prerequisites
  • Any public possibly having a practice of intervention on the financial markets.
Pedagogical Objectives
  • Not to be guided by emotion when making investment decisions.
  • To know how to analyse your investments and isolate "emotional decisions".
Méthodes pédagogiques
  • Presentations
  • Projection of a support by a video projector
  • Practical work and application exercises
Monitoring and sanctioning device
  • Self-coaching surveys. Presentation of an attendance certificate.

Training Content

Introduction to Emotional Trading
  • Why some Traders are more successful than others: the 4 assumptions of success :

•       The strategy
•       The IQ Intelligence Quotient
•       The speed of thought
•       Cognitive facilitation or extended neural programming

  • Diagnosis of my trading
  • My Mind in Trading (test)
  • Preparing for a trading session

•       The organization (the trading plan)
•       Motivation

  • The management of a session

•      Technical points to watch out for
•      Behaviour, concentration, emotions

  • The outcome of a session

•       The trading journal
•       La reprogrammation

The logic of emotions
  • The functioning of our trading brain

•       Short circuit
•       Long circuit

  • The appearance of our emotions in trading

•       The Fear
•       The anger
•       The overconfidence
•       The impatience
•       The stress

  • The trader's main biases

•       Mental framing
•       Loss aversion
•       Representativeness
•       Anchoring
•       Availability
•       Affect

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  • How Our Trading Brain Works: Putting It Into Practice