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Title: Self-Attribution Bias dan Faktor Demografi dalam Pengambilan Keputusan Trading Valuta Asing
Authors: Supramono
Maria Hattu, Elizabeth
Keywords: self-attribution bias;faktor demografi dan trading valuta asing
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Magister Manajemen Program Pascasarjana UKSW
Abstract: Pengambilan keputusan keuangan tidak terlepas dari faktor psikologi pengambil keputusan, yang dapat mengarah pada pada penyimpangan yang menyebabkan keputusan menjadi bias. Salah satu bias yang terjadi dalam pengambilan keputusan keuangan adalah self-attribution bias yang mengakibatkan munculnya overconfidence. Penelitian ini bertujuan menganalisis kecenderungan selfattribution bias dalam pengambilan keputusan trading valuta asing, dikaitkan dengan faktor demografi. Sampel pada penelitian ini adalah nasabah PT Fasting Futures Semarang yang berjumlah 150 nasabah. Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa terdapat kecenderungan mengalami self-attribution bias dalam pengambilan keputusan trading valuta asing, namun self-attribution bias tidak memiliki keterkaitan dengan faktor demografi (gender, usia, pengalaman dan tingkat pendidikan) dalam pengambilan keputusan trading valuta asing. Dalam pengambilan keputusan keuangan, diharapkan hendaknya menghindari self-attribution bias sehingga tidak menjadi overconfidence ketika mengalami keuntungan, dan dapat melakukan evaluasi ketika terjadi kerugian.
Financial decision making cannot be separated from the psychology factors of decision-maker, which can lead to aberrations that cause the decision to be biased. One bias that occurs in financial decision making is self-attribution bias that resulted in overconfidence. This study aims to analyze the trend of self-attribution bias in decision-making foreign exchange trading, associated with demographic factors. The samples in this study were PT Fasting Futures Semarang's customer, amounting to 150 customers. The results showed that there is a tendency to self-attribution bias in decision-making foreign exchange trading, but the self-attribution bias has no association with demographic factors (gender, age, experience and level of education) in foreign exchange trading decisions. In financial decision making, it is hoped should avoid self-attribution bias so it does not become overconfidence when a profit, and can evaluate when there is a loss.
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/4119
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