Author: Woody Dorsey
- Trading books are a form of accounting ledger that contains records of all tradeable financial assets of a bank.
- Trading books are subject to gains and losses that affect the financial institution directly.
- Losses in a bank’s trading book can have a cascading effect on the global economy, such as those that occurred during the 2008 financial crisis.
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Have you ever wondered to what extent investor confidence and expectations impact stock market prices? In Behavioral Trading, stock market contrarian, Woody Dorsey, gives readers for the first time insight into his highly profitable proprietary market diagnosis techniques. These are often described as market expectations theory, behavioral finance and most commonly contrary opinion analysis. Dorsey’s work is followed by major investors and the financial media seeks his macroeconomic perspective that is more than six months ahead of the crowd. For the first time, Woody Dorsey shows how his technique makes behavioral economics practical, accessible and understandable. He has developed his unique insights from his research of financial market probabilities during the past twenty years. Market Semiotics, both the name of Dorsey’s company and his technique, is a research philosophy based on the logic of behavioral finance. In an illuminating and amusing fashion, this book offers an original and disciplined perspective that delivers precise forecasts of the market.
About Behavioral Trading
Behavioral Trading was founded by Woody Dorsey and Tiffany LeBlanc in 2002. It was originally called Herd at the Curb. Woody Dorsey has been writing an institutional research service called Market Semiotics since 1985.
Dorsey’s methods are explained in his book Behavioral Trading: Methods for Measuring Investor Confidence, Expectations and Market Trends (Texere Press, 2003).
“Everything I have experienced suggests that, at core, economic conditions and markets are grounded in the human psyche.”
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