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Joachim Klement

Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Wellershoff & Partners, Zurich, Switzerland
Joachim KlementJoachim Klement

Joachim Klement is a partner and chief investment officer at Wellershoff & Partners, Zurich, Switzerland. He specializes in investment management, asset allocation advice, and the impact of personal values and investor psychology on investment decisions. He particularly emphasizes the impact of emotions on investor behavior and financial markets and helps wealth managers, asset managers, and family offices improve their investment processes and client services. Before joining Wellershoff & Partners, Klement spent six years at UBS Wealth Management in Zurich, first as an investment consultant for institutional clients and then as head of asset allocation strategy and head of equity strategy. He graduated from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich) with a degree in mathematics and from the University of Hagen, Germany, with a degree in finance. Additionally, he is a CFA charter holder and a CFP® certificant.


Articles by this Author

  • Booms, Busts, and How to Navigate Troubled Waters
    by Joachim Klement
    For many, the tech bubble of the late 1990s is probably the most prominent example of a stock market boom and bust. Figure 1 shows the exuberance in the Nasdaq Composite stock market index, which includes a significant proportion of technology and telecommunications stocks, compared to the S&P500 Index of the 500 large-cap stocks from traditional sectors like industrials, transportation, utilities, and financials. As the internet and information...

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