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Unmasking financial psychopaths : inside the minds of investors in the twenty

unmasking financial psychopaths inside the minds of investors in the twentyfirst century

As financial markets expand globally in response to economic and technological developments of the twenty-first century, our understanding and expectations of the people involved in these markets also change. As financial markets expand globally in response to economic and technological developments of the twenty-first century, our understanding and expectations of the people involved in these markets also change. Being able to distinguish the truly psychopathic financier from individuals who conform to behavioral expectations is the first step towards a cultural shift away from accepted psychopathic behaviors in the financial sector. Within the investment sector, a fundamental transformation has occurred: the type of person employed by financial firms and the environment within which finance is conducted have both changed. Society's expectation of financiers adapted to these subtle, behind-the-scenes shifts, resulting the public at large perceiving more individuals in the financial sector as acting in a psychopathic manner. Within the investment sector, a fundamental transformation has occurred: the type of person employed by financial firms and the environment within which finance is conducted have both changed.

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Unmasking Financial Psychopaths: Inside the Minds of Investors in the Twenty

unmasking financial psychopaths inside the minds of investors in the twentyfirst century

Being able to distinguish the truly psychopathic financier from individuals who conform to behavioral expectations is the first step towards a cultural shift away from accepted psychopathic behaviors in the financial sector. Society's expectation fo financiers adapted to these subtle, behind-the-scenes shifts, resulting the public at large perceiving more individuals in teh financial sector as acting in a psychopathic manner. Advances have been made in identifying psychopaths outside of situations accompanied by physical violence, yet it is still difficult to differentiate psychopaths in cultural settings that have adopted psychopathic behavioral tendencies as the norm. Advances have been made in identifying psychopaths outside of situations accompanied by physical violence, yet it is still difficult to differentiate psychopaths in cultural settings that have adopted psychopathic behavioral tendencies as the norm. Within the investment sector, a fundamental transformation has occurred: the type of person employed by financial firms and the environment within which finance is conducted have both changed.

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unmasking financial psychopaths inside the minds of investors in the twentyfirst century

Unmasking Financial Psychopaths doesn't simply unmask psychopaths it also shows how changes in regulations intended to achieve specific goals have actually resulted in a new market environment that rewards participants for acting in their own self-interest, not necessarily in the best interests of the capital markets or the investing public. Advances have been made in identifying psychopaths outside of situations accompanied by physical violence, yet it is still difficult to differentiate psychopaths in cultural settings that have adopted psychopathic behavioral tendencies as the norm. . This book describes the background of how the mindset of market participants has changed, leading to unintended consequences arising from increased high-frequency trading and other technologically-driven modifications in the market, such as dark pools, internalization, decimalization, and short sale rules. These changes have resulted in markets that have deviated from their original purpose, which was to serve investors and facilitate the capital formation process for businesses. Drawing on her knowledge and experience as a university professor in finance as well as her training and clinical experience as a Jungian psychoanalyst, she weaves together the many threads that have produced a culture of financial psychopathy of those drawn to the field of investment finance.

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Unmasking Financial Psychopaths

unmasking financial psychopaths inside the minds of investors in the twentyfirst century

Being able to distinguish the truly psychopathic financier from individuals who conform to behavioral expectations is the first step towards a cultural shift away from accepted psychopathic behaviors in the financial sector. Society's expectation of financiers adapted to these subtle, behind-the-scenes shifts, resulting the public at large perceiving more individuals in the financial sector as acting in a psychopathic manner. The E-mail message field is required. . . . .

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