Studi Eksperimen: Perilaku Investor dalam Pengambilan Keputusan Investasi dengan Pengalaman sebagai Moderasi

Saputri, Evieana Riesty (2021) Studi Eksperimen: Perilaku Investor dalam Pengambilan Keputusan Investasi dengan Pengalaman sebagai Moderasi. Jurnal thesis, STIE YKPN.

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The younger generation is given a great opportunity by the Indonesian capital market to be able to plunge into the world of investment. The Indonesian Central Securities Custodian (KSEI) explained that the total number of investors or single investor identification (SID) in the capital market until the end of March 2021 amounted to 4,848,954 people. This number increased from2020 and is dominated by investors from among the young. Investors in Indonesia are increasingly famous among the Indonesian population, as evidenced by the emergence of securities companies and corner exchanges in high-rise companies that support students to invest. Investors when making decisions must master the initial concept of investment that is used as the basis of decision-making guidelines. The concept is an explanation of the desired return relationship as well as investment risk. When investors experience risk there are several factors, one of which is emotions that affect their decision making. The use of emotions when making decisions can make investors behave irrationally. Materials and Methods: Research is conducted using experimental methods. The experimental method is done by providing treatment on herding variables. Participants who were the subject of the experiment amounted to 82 people with a strata-1 (S1) education level at STIE YKPN Yogyakarta with subject criteria, namely subjects following the capital market student activity unit or taking capital markets courses. The subject will act as an investor. This experimental design uses a factorial design of 2x1 between subject. Results: Results from this study show that herding and experience influence investment decision making. Then experiential engagement makes a difference between subjects with herding behavior and no herding behavior. In addition, experience weakens the influence of herding on investment decision making significantly but upon further testing does not support that direction. Conclusion: Herding behavior can still be experienced by investors, especially at the age of 20-30years, but if the investor strengthens the analysis by reanalyzing each of their transaction options this will cause more and more of them to be made and as a result, they can appropriately make investment decisions.

Item Type: Thesis (Jurnal)
Additional Information: Tesis dapat dibaca di Perpustakaan dengan call number SAP S 480/2021
Uncontrolled Keywords: Herding; Experience; Investment decision making; Experiment.
Subjects: AKUNTANSI > Pasar Modal
AKUNTANSI > Sistem Informasi Akuntansi
Divisions: Program Pasca Sarjana > Jurnal Tesis Magister Akuntansi
Depositing User: Sari Dewi
Date Deposited: 12 May 2022 04:26
Last Modified: 12 May 2022 04:26

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