The integration of the most recent scientific insights about capital markets into our analyses is crucial for us.


A radical change is currently taking place in economics. The financial crisis in 2008 uncovered the weaknesses of the traditional economy; it became clear that a mechanistic world view with rationally determined actors describes economic reality very inadequately. Economics had to open up to other sciences to explain what happens in reality.


Thus knowledge of different areas such as neurosciences, sociology, psychology and philosophy is increasingly influencing economic research and permitting new, exciting and illuminating perceptions of financial markets.