Financial Investment Behavior of Individual Investors in Indonesia After the Revocation of the Covid-19 Policy
This study explores the impact of psychological, social, and demographic aspects on individual stock investor decision-making after the revocation ofCOVID-19 in Indonesia. With the cooperation of local representatives of the Indonesian Stock Exchange, this study uses data collection approachessuch as sending questionnaires to participants. The questionnaires were sent out between the three weeks of January 2023 after President Joko Widodoannounced the lifting of social restrictions during the pandemic, and then at the end of 2022. In this way, 108 questionnaire responses were thuscollected for the study. The results showed that individual stock investor behavior gender, age, and marital status didn’t affect individual investor'sinvestment behavior. Work, education, and experience positively and significantly impact an individual investor's investment behavior. However, the revocation of social constraints negatively affects this behavior. A study finds education is the most important variable influencing equity investorbehavior.
Keyword: Behavior; Covid-19; Investors; Individuals.
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