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Will Investment Bankers Ever Remember the Last Crash?

by Socionomics Institute
Updated: March 31, 2023

Watch the FULL presentation inside the Socionomics Membership

The clip you just watched was adapted from Professor Dennis Elam and Matt Lampert's presentation at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics.

You can watch the full presentation when you become a Socionomics Premier Member -- and learn why Wall Street keeps repeating the same mistakes.

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Forget the Fed -- Watch the Waves

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