8. Important for readers
Is there more to know?
I hope you find this site, a documentary resource at your free disposal online
whenever you need it, interesting and useful.
I try to improve and complement its content constantly.
My treatise-guidebook "Concept d'image appliqué à l'évaluation des
actions" (sorry, published only in French and now out of print) gave
more details about stock valuation, but, gradually, I entered them more and
more in this website.
Also I added various article on finance, economics, psychology, society
and other topics, notably those I wrote for the knol encyclopedia.
About the behavioral finance topic, this site has a leading position on the
Of course, the links page gives access to a broad selection of complementary
as well for academics and professionals than for the general public.
About the author, Peter Greenfinch
I have a long, varied and high level practice of finance, banking, management /
marketing and international consulting.
I would be pleased to receive your comments, suggestions, questions.
Please send them by and/ or participate to our
Behavioral Finance discussion group/ mailing list.
Let us foster innovation together!
Reader's contributions fill progressively a site section on still under-explored
subjects:behavioral finance & economy, fuzzy finance & economy, weak
signals, types of probabilities, investor decisions, ideas for new financial
assets, dynamical and emerging systems...
Please tell me if you find these subjects worth exploring further, and send your
Either by or better via the Behavioral Finance forum.
The more innovative, the more chance they have to appear here (with your
name or nick, and a link to your site if you have one).
I would like this site to differ from some research journals that
often judge papers on how they abide to existing paradigms and
standard research methods.
Half-cooked ideas are welcome, and one can lead to another.
True research has to find new paths, precisely those where nobody
knows for sure where they lead.
The counterpart is obviously that criticism is welcome also.
And, although a believer in serendipity (discovery by accident),
I don't go as far as to consider, in relation with the Murphy law,
that "all discoveries were made by mistake".
Site initial launching date: 20 Aug. 1999.
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