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Real-world Applications Of Behavioral Finance









In Harare, Mawoyo is very likely to feature as opener, given his relative success against Pakistan - in 2011 he scored a gritty, unbeaten 163 against them to become only the third Zimbabwe player to carry his bat. That's exactly the kind of fight Zimbabwe will be looking for in Harare. It goes without saying that Zimbabwe will be challenged by Pakistan's spinners. However, with the conditions expected to offer the pacers a little bit of help in the mornings, Junaid Khan 's swing could be just as lethal as Saeed Ajmal's doosra. He had missed the second and third Tests of the South Africa series with a skin ailment, and will be keen to get back to the long format and improve on his promising start in Tests: he has 29 wickets in nine matches at 28.17, made all the more impressive by the fact that a chunk of his matches have come on the unresponsive UAE tracks. Team news Pakistan will take a call on Hafeez only on the morning of the match. It is very likely that he will be ready but if he doesn't play, Azhar Ali and the recalled Khurram Manzoor - who was brought into the squad after Imran Farhat opted out for personal reasons - are likely to open. Wahab Riaz, who was also recalled for this series, will probably partner Junaid with the new ball. Pakistan (probable) 1 Mohammad Hafeez, 2 Khurram Manzoor, 3 Azhar Ali, 4 Younis Khan, 5 Misbah-ul-Haq (capt), 6 Asad Shafiq, 7 Adnan Akmal (wk), 8 Wahab Riaz, 9 www.firstfinancialuk.com Saeed Ajmal, 10 Junaid Khan, 11 Abdur Rehman As has been the case all through this tour, Zimbabwe named their squad late on the eve of the first match. Their 16-man squad had a few key figures missing from the Tests against Bangladesh, with Ray Price having retired, Kyle Jarvis having moved to England and Graeme Cremer having made himself unavailable due to the money issue. Sean Williams was named, even though it was understood earlier in the day that he would not play until paid.








After three and a half years, they were saving nearly 14 percent of their paychecks . In 2006, the Save for Tomorrow plan was incorporated into the Pension Protection Act, a law that clarifies legal issues regarding automatic income reduction and helps specify appropriate default investments. Be Honest with Yourself For individual investors or money managers, behavioral finance experts suggest a few strategies to be more rational. Most of their suggestions are complements to traditional quantitative methods of evaluating investments. Although some behavioral finance biases are hard to correct, here are two easy strategies to help you become more rational: Find a partner: Investors should consult partners or objective parties so that they can talk through their investments. Objective parties can help better assess risk and might not be affected by the same biases. Keep track of investments: Investors should keep track of the investments they make as well as the investments they do not make. By keeping track of investments, investors might be able to identify their illogical tendencies.




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