Behavioral Finance - US - March 2011
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In 2006, Mintel published a report about Behavioral Finance and described how financial decisions and behaviors are not always rational. Rather, cognitive biases and emotional distortions often influence consumer financial decisions. Since that time, the world has experienced a massive global financial crisis, from which we are still struggling to emerge. With all the knowledge about economics and behavior, it comes as a surprise that we are not able to avoid repeating the same mistakes that lead us to create financial bubbles that eventually burst and result in a financial collapse.
This report updates the 2006 Mintel report in light of changing economic conditions, and presents new insights that have emerged from the growing field of behavioral economics, as well as new ways in which these insights have been applied to marketing financial products and services, as well as strategic decisions that are made within the industry.
Some of the practical implications for the financial services industry which are discussed in this report include:
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