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Paul Szczygiel

Paul S. Szczygiel CFA, is a small-cap portfolio manager with Babson Capital Management, Boston, Massachusetts.


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Website: www.babsoncapital.com

Paul S. Szczygiel, CFA, is a small-cap portfolio manager with Babson Capital Management, Boston, Massachusetts. Babson Capital manages more than $95 billion (as of 12/31/05) for institutional and retail investors in the U.S. and abroad, as well as high net worth individuals and family offices. The firm offers a wide range of absolute return, co-investing, financing and customized mandates utilizing equity, fixed-income and derivative instruments. Based in Boston and Springfield, Massachusetts, the firm has six additional offices in the U.S. and an indirect subsidiary, Babson Capital Europe Limited, in London. Babson Capital is a member of the MassMutual Financial Group.

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  1. Stock Strategies »

    15 Short-Cuts and Biases That Lead to Bad Investment Decisions

    Mental short-cuts simplify our complex world and help individuals form rules of thumb that work for many decisions. But they don’t work perfectly and can give rise to misperceptions that lead to decision-making errors. Worse, most people are unaware these biases exist. Fifteen common mental mistakes that lead to money-losing investment decisions.

    May 2006 | Journal