Disposition Effect: Does Investor Confidence Matter? Examining Service From Securities Brokerages

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https://doi.org/10.26668/businessreview/2023.v8i2.1384

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Training Program, Investor Experience, Investor Confidence, Investor Satisfaction

Abstract

Purpose: This study aims to analyze the role of training program to develop novice investors confidence in buying a stock. Novice investors undergo dilemma to buy stock due to limited knowledge which resulting disposition effect. Research regarding disposition effect which associated with training for novice investors is still limited

 

Theoretical framework: The disposition effect is the tendency when investors sell stocks that have the potential to experience future profits early, otherwise investors tend to hold stocks that have the potential to experience losses for too long so that investors tend to experience losses.   

 

Design/methodology/approach:  The research using quantitative approach and employ purposive sampling method with a total sample of 192 respondents. Respondent criteria are novice investor and have limited knowledge in stock market. Each respondent is required to fill questionnaire to obtain data which consist of strongly disagree and strongly agree. Validity, reliability, and hypothesis testing is examined

 

Findings:  The results indicate investor training influence investor experience. The result also showed that the training program and investor experience impact investor confidence. The result implies investor need training and experience to reduce disposition effect. The result represents training program, investor experience, and investor confidence affect investor satisfaction

 

Research, Practical & Social implications: The research is asserted that novice investor with limited experience and knowledge need do practice. Novice investor understanding to buy stock will develop investor confidence.

 

Originality/value: The result elaborate training for novice to develop investor confidence and experience. The more experienced investor will reduce disposition effect. Previous research is lack of disposition effect elaboration and its implication on investor satisfaction.

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2023-02-09

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Yulianto, A., & Wijaya, A. P. (2023). Disposition Effect: Does Investor Confidence Matter? Examining Service From Securities Brokerages. International Journal of Professional Business Review, 8(2), e03184. https://doi.org/10.26668/businessreview/2023.v8i2.1384