Ever wondered about the Investment Methods of the World's Greatest Investors such as Warren Buffet? Curious whether you can own these methods yourself? Ever wonder if your behaviour on the stock market is the correct one? Curious about the motivation for irrational behaviour of investors? Want to see a debate on active vs. passive strategies on the market? If your answer is “yes” to one of these questions, attending this event is a must!
- Frederik Vanhaverbeke, author of “Excess Returns : A comparative study of the methods of the world's greatest investors”, KBC Asset Management
- Robert Van Beek CFP CFA, author of “EU rep. The Behavioral Gap"
- Speaker to be announced, active vs. passive strategy
- Frederik Vanhaverbeke, auteur van ‘Excess Returns: A comparative study of the methods of the world’s greatest investors, KBC Asset Management
- Robert Van Beek CFP CFA, auteur van ‘EU rep The Behavioral Gap’
- Spreker nog te bevestigen, actieve versus passieve strategieën
As everyone knows by now, there is not much to gain by keeping your money on a savings account. Investing in the stock market thus seems like a logical alternative. Online brokers and an information overload facilitate investing for everyone. But at the same time this facilitates losing money.
Since nobody likes losing money, the Vlerick Finance Alumni invited several top-notch speakers who will give practical tips and insights on beating the stock market, things every investor should know.
Whether you have been investing for years or are planning on taking the first steps, this evening will help you become a better, more informed investor.
7:00 PM : Dinner with guest speakers, exclusive for Platinum alumni
8:00 PM : Frederik Vanhaverbeke : Investment Methods of the World's Greatest Investors.
- A challenge to the efficient market hypothesis: discussion of some outstanding track records in the investment world
- The right interpretation of track records of investors based on an analysis of the track records of some legendary investors
- The intelligent investor: requirements to succeed in the markets in terms of attitudes, process and habits
- 8:30 PM : Robert Van Beek : The Behavioral Gap, stop doing dumb things with your money
- Simplifying and behaving is not that simple, are we too smart?
- Pitfalls when you are investing
- Behavioral finance biases in a few sketches
- Financial plans are worthless
- How to better deal with your money issues: BEHAVE!
- 9:00 PM : Peter Kruyniers: The advantages and risks of active vs. passive investment strategies
- 9:30 PM : Q&A followed by networking reception
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