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Seminar: Predicting Investor Behaviors By Blood Type

19 October 2018 (Friday)
Time: 4:00 pm    Registration
4:30 pm    Presentation and Q&A
5:30 pm    Networking
Venue: HKMA Admiralty Centre
14/F Fairmont House, 8 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, HK (map)
Outline: AI + blood type + behavioural finance = insightful short selling strategy?

AI is booming, neural nets simulate our left brain well and explained part of the story in a cold-headed logic manner. On the other hand, Nobel Prize winner Richard Thales behavioural economics allows for irrational behaviour which controlled by right brain. Combining both providing us a better picture.

How do people of different blood types utilizing their left and right brain to make decisions? How does that related to different investment style? Do Individualist, Guardian, Celebrity, Adventurer make different investment decisions?

Fred Wong, a veteran on technology investment via component teardown, in this talk, walk us into the human brain and explain how it can be applied in the investment industry. Identify your strength via blood type, leverage on it and try to outperform the market by spotting the weakness and implied misprice.

This controversial seminar will explain from:
  1. Static teardown approach to
  2. Dynamic scenario development analysis to
  3. Locus Navigation
Speaker: Mr. Frederick Wong
CFA, Amazon book co-author of “Bloody AI Alchemist - the origin of happiness”
Medium: English
Accreditation: 1 CPD hour
Fee: $100 for HKIRA Members
$250 for Non-members
  • Online registration only. Deadline: 16 October, 2018.
  • Seats are limited and will be available on a first-come-first-served basis, with priority seating given to HKIRA members and IR practitioners of listed companies. HKIRA will confirm seats availability by email notification. HKIRA reserves the right to final say in registration discrepancies.
  • CPD accreditation is only granted to attendees whom have requested the certificate of attendance, given their full name, with online registration at HKIRA.
  • Attendees should be present for the entire event, and collect their certificates at the registration desk at the end of the event. Postal and administration charge may apply for any request of certificate collection afterwards.
  • Program and speakers may be subject to change.
Materials: For HKIRA A Seminar about "Blood & Trading"
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