Joe Calabrese, President, Harris myCFO
IIT Trustee & Chairman of the College of Psychology Board of Overseers
“Investing in Illusions”
IIT College of Psychology, IIT Stuart Masters of Science in Finance, and IIT Stuart Center for Financial Markets
Thursday, November 15
4 - 5:30pm
Most financial and economic models assume that humans are rational, decision-making units always seeking to maximize the “utility” of their decisions. In real life we know that nothing could be further from the truth. “Investing in Illusions” will explore some of the psychological biases that have been identified and researched over the last few decades that help to explain some of the powerful behavioral predilections that prevent us from making rational financial decisions. Identifying and understanding these proclivities can be of significant value to investors wishing to avoid making classic financial and investing errors.
IIT Downtown Campus, Room 590
565 West Adams Street
Directions: take the Green Line to Clinton. Location is within one block of the Union and Ogilby Stations, between Jefferson and Clinton.
Contact Lauren Shelby at 312.567.5030 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or click the button at the top of the page to register online.
Refreshments will follow the program.
About Our Speaker
President, Harris myCFO
As President of Harris myCFO, Inc., Joe Calabrese leads more than 130 professionals and specialists across the United States, setting the strategic direction for growth and delivery excellence. Calabrese has been instrumental in making Harris myCFO a recognized industry leader in providing investment advisory and integrated wealth management services to high net worth individuals and families. A chartered accountant since 1984, Calabrese brings more than 25 years of financial services and wealth management experience in investment management, finance, and taxation to clients of Harris myCFO.
Calabrese graduated from McGill University in Montreal with a joint honors degree in economics and finance. Calabrese makes his home in Lake Forest, Illinois, with his family and serves the local community as the president of the Board of Trustees for the Goodman Theatre and a member of Illinois Institute of Technology's Board.