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Factors Influencing the Individual Investor Decision Making Behavior in India

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  • Anurag Agarwal

    (Swami Shukdevanand College, India)

  • Ajay Verma

    (University Grant Commission, India)

  • Rajiv Kumar Agarwal

    (Vardhman College, India)

Abstract

The paper is devoted to the subject of behavioral finance, it overviews main theoretical foundations as well as touches the practical issues of causes or biases of behavioral finance. The article concludes with the main strategies for different types of investors how to overcome those biases.

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  • Anurag Agarwal & Ajay Verma & Rajiv Kumar Agarwal, 2016. "Factors Influencing the Individual Investor Decision Making Behavior in India," Journal of Applied Management and Investments, Department of Business Administration and Corporate Security, International Humanitarian University, vol. 5(4), pages 211-222, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:ods:journl:v:5:y:2016:i:4:p:211-222
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