Shayan holds a Masters in Engineering in Financial Engineering from Cornell University where he also did his undergraduate studies in Economics and Mathematics. During his time at Cornell, he conducted research in Behavioral Economics and is fascinated in how people make decisions regarding money. He has applied the principles of Behavioral Economics to the financial markets as a quant, trader and portfolio manager. He is interested in expanding the applications of Behavioral Economics to help individuals make better financial decisions.
What Can George Costanza Teach Us About Making Better Investment Choices?
Many of us allow emotions to affect our decisions, which in the realm of investment can cause money to be lost and investment portfolios to suffer.