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marked by excessive confidence

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In addition, in the precrisis period, only 55 investors in Japan trade more actively after US market gains implying that ss investors trade more overconfidently after US market gains than sc investors in this period.
And: When new (post-1949 PRC Chinese) political forces turned consciously to the task of economic development, they perhaps overconfidently assumed that the traditional economy ...
(18) History has shown that significant experience behind the stick can lead even the best pilots to overestimate their abilities and fly overconfidently. This is a plausible scenario for the Red Baron's fate.
The real estate boom seemed to be an opportunity for people of all backgrounds to step in, perhaps overconfidently, given their experience and success in other business sectors.
On the last page of the text, Bockris states: "In writing rather overconfidently about such matters, I may be going a bit too far too fast" (p.
Although I knew it would be tough, I wrongly and overconfidently believed in my ability to circle the wagons without our coaches, introducing a new philosophy.
Then you overconfidently predict a detailed campaign trajectory that you will only watch from the sidelines because you have simultaneously rejected having an effective hand in the process.
(39.) The "representativeness" heuristic tends to make people overconfidently extrapolate predicted characteristics of a class from a small sample size of which they happen to be aware.
risks, and act overconfidently. (76) They are also subject to framing
Baldly summarized, their main complaints are that much of Naipaul's work displays a lack of ordinary human sympathy, that with insufficient knowledge he has written overconfidently about various societies and cultures, and that his writing privileges Europe while tending to be contemptuous of Europe's colonial victims.
He seems fascinated with the mysterious springs of creativity but speculates overconfidently on sources both literary and psychological (Lewis's own warnings about "the personal heresy" notwithstanding).
Then Yylmaz overconfidently decided to hold early elections on Oct.
overconfidently assume an easy victory in a war (e.g., France figured