Definition Investor Sentiment. Description.
Classical finance theory leaves no role for Investor Sentiment.
In classic finance theory, (most) investors are rational and diversify to
optimize the statistical properties of their portfolios. Competition among
them leads to an equilibrium in which prices equal the rationally
discounted value of expected cash flows, and
in which the cross-section of expected returns depends only on the cross-section
of systematic risks.
Contrarian Investing is an investment strategy that
seeks out securities, companies, or industries that are currently out of favor
with the investing community. Contrarian investors may search out undervalued
stocks, turnaround candidates, or cyclical companies nearing the bottom of
a trough. Contrarian investors tend to do the opposite of what the majority
of investors are doing.
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