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Paul V. Azzopardi has decades of experience in investment.
He trained and worked as a certified public accountant and then obtained an MBA from the University of British Columbia, now Sauder School of Business, concentrating in finance and investments.
He then worked in the securities industry for the last twenty years in various roles but principally as a manager of private client ... Read more on Paul V. Azzopardi
"This book is not merely a boring reiteration of the necessary fundamentals, but contains a combination of facts that show weakness of MPT and original ideas. The book contains inconvenient author findings of good stock picking skills of fund managers and obstacles that prevent good fund performance. Although financial gains through common stocks are possible for any investor, the author shows that consistent investment strategy allows increase probability to achieve good results. IMO some author's ideas are still not proven adequately but I think it will be fruitful to read this book not only for CFAs (prime audience) but also for amateur investors."
The Walta Business Weekly
The English version of the book was first published by Harriman House of the UK, a specialist publisher. The book's title has become a frequently used term in investment analysis and in other book ...Read more
"Paul Azzopardi provides readers with an excellent introduction...those who are looking for a clear, easy to understand introductory book on behavioral finance should take a look...it provides a ...Read more
Unravelling the investor's subconsciousThe Sunday Times1st August 2010Read more
"Concise and easy to read...serves as a solid introduction to the world of behavioural finance for those using technical analysis."- Your Trading Edge Magazine1st September 2010Read more
"A wonderful introduction to the subject of behavioural finance and its role in technical analysis...If you want to become a better trader and a student of behavioural finance I highly recommend this ...Read more
Where Economics, Psychology and Statistics Intersect- Stocks, Futures and Options Magazine2nd November 2010Read more
Review - Behavioural Technical Analysis- Forex Grind3rd November 2010Read more
"Azzopardi provides the best explanation and summary of behavioural finance concepts that I have come across to date...the book is a better and more satisfying read than more famous books in the ...Read more
Paul V. Azzopardi - Behavioural Technical Analysis - ViewPoints, University of British ColumbiaSpring 2011
The Behavioural Finance of Trends
- Traders Day Trading10th October 2011
When it comes to investing or trading, the most important insight for any individual is how psychology and emotion are affecting their buy and sell decisions. This helps explain why two people with ...Read more
Your Trading Edge Magazine
In 'Behavioural Technical Analysis', author Paul Azzopardi first explains the field of behavioural finance and then applies some of his findings to technical analysis in an attempt to explain how the ...Read more
Behavioural Technical Analysis: An introduction to behavioural finance and its role in technical analysis
By Paul V. Azzopardi
Trading is driven by cognitive and emotional factors that more ...
Author of 'Behavioural Technical Analysis' Paul V. Azzopardi has an 8 page article in the November edition of SFO Magazine - http://www.sfomag.com/eSFO/eSFO2010_11.aspxRead more
Canadian Financial DIY
This book is a rationalist's attempt to make sense and investing use, through technical analysis, of the often irrational behaviour documented in the field of behavioural finance. Two-thirds of this ...Read more
Traders Day Trading
Behavioural finance is primarily based on observing human beings make financial decisions. These decisions are often based on what?s called a heuristic, or ?rule of thumb?, and may therefore be ...Read more