Purpose Behavioural Opportunities Fund

BHAV-T

Analysis and Opinions about BHAV-T

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PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 6, 2020
(A Top Pick Apr 08/19, Up 3%) Gains have been made recently. Trades are chunky. BHAV capitalizes of investor over-reaction after earnings reports. They lowered their MER. Low volumes, though. He's confident about BHAV long-term.
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(A Top Pick Apr 08/19, Up 3%) Gains have been made recently. Trades are chunky. BHAV capitalizes of investor over-reaction after earnings reports. They lowered their MER. Low volumes, though. He's confident about BHAV long-term.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
November 11, 2019
(A Top Pick Jul 23/19, Down 0.4%) The fund capitalizes on irrational, yet predictable behaviour quirks by investors, namely overreactions to earnings surprises.
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(A Top Pick Jul 23/19, Down 0.4%) The fund capitalizes on irrational, yet predictable behaviour quirks by investors, namely overreactions to earnings surprises.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
November 11, 2019
Does a great job exploiting investors' behavioural quirks, namely overreacting to earnings reports. He's recommended this before. MER of 1.0%
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Does a great job exploiting investors' behavioural quirks, namely overreacting to earnings reports. He's recommended this before. MER of 1.0%
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 17, 2019
(A Top Pick Jul 23/19, Down 1%) Still likes it. BHAV looks for trading errors made by human behaviour (i.e. overreacting). It's based on behavioural economics.
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(A Top Pick Jul 23/19, Down 1%) Still likes it. BHAV looks for trading errors made by human behaviour (i.e. overreacting). It's based on behavioural economics.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
July 23, 2019
Based on a Nobel-prize winning economist who studied investors who make behavioural mistakes. Often, stocks are oversold--a market over-reaction--on an aearnings miss. So, you're buying on the dips.
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Based on a Nobel-prize winning economist who studied investors who make behavioural mistakes. Often, stocks are oversold--a market over-reaction--on an aearnings miss. So, you're buying on the dips.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
June 10, 2019
(A Top Pick Apr 08/19, Down 1%) This ETF is based on Nobel Prize winning behavioural scientific research about human overreaction to market moves. BHAV capitalizes on the irrational foibles/mistakes of traders (i.e. an earnings miss that results in a 10% drop).
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(A Top Pick Apr 08/19, Down 1%) This ETF is based on Nobel Prize winning behavioural scientific research about human overreaction to market moves. BHAV capitalizes on the irrational foibles/mistakes of traders (i.e. an earnings miss that results in a 10% drop).
COMMENT
COMMENT
April 8, 2019

It's about behavioural economics. The ETF is a year old and it looks at how to capitalize on mispricings based on human behaviour. Investors are irrational. Say there's an earnings announcement and a stock beats or loses by a nickel, but the stock jumps way up or down out of proportional. This is for high-freqency traders capitalizing on the herd mentality of overreaction. MER of 1.16%

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It's about behavioural economics. The ETF is a year old and it looks at how to capitalize on mispricings based on human behaviour. Investors are irrational. Say there's an earnings announcement and a stock beats or loses by a nickel, but the stock jumps way up or down out of proportional. This is for high-freqency traders capitalizing on the herd mentality of overreaction. MER of 1.16%

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