Market shocks and professionals' investment behavior – Evidence from the COVID-19 crash

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Market shocks and professionals' investment behavior – Evidence from the COVID-19 crash Christoph Huber, Jürgen Huber, Michael Kirchler Abstract In this paper we investigate how the experience of stock market shocks, like the COVID-19 crash, influences risk taking behavior. To isolate changes in risk taking from a variety of other confounding factors during stock market crashes, we ran controlled...

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