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Provides daily analysis for mining stocks and gold stock investing. A field known as "behavioural finance" has evolved over the years attempting to explain how emotions influence investors and their decision-making process. Studying human psychology helps predict the general direction of financial markets as well as many stock market bubbles and crashes. At the other extreme, fear moves prices lower, ignoring obvious opportunities and creates an undervalued market. Provides daily analysis for mining stocks and gold stock investing.


 


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One important study, ("Aspects of Investor Psychology," The Journal of Portfolio Management, Summer 1998) found that investors are much more distressed by prospective losses than they are made happy by equivalent gains. Provides daily analysis for mining stocks and gold stock investing. QUANTIFYING INVESTOR EMOTIONS OR INVESTOR SENTIMENT When a stock or market index rises, we know that it means investors are more eager to buy than to sell. But how can we accurately gauge just how investors feel. Most often, investors are somewhere between mildly positive and mildly negative, and only occasionally do they demonstrate the extremes of greed or fear. Provides daily analysis for mining stocks and gold stock investing.