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While not classified in the same way as racial, cultural, sexual discrimination, "lookism" is widespread and affects how people are perceived as well as affecting their opportunities in terms of relationships, job opportunities, etc.

Visit more information and contact [email protected] request an invitation to the only conference in Spain dedicated to value investing.

A second event that has a history of bringing together high quality speakers, investors and allocators is The Ben Graham Centre’s Value Investing Conference.

Physical attractiveness is associated with good things; in contrast, physical unattractiveness is associated with negative things.

Many people make judgments of others based on their physical appearance that influence how they respond to those people.

The 2016 conference will be held on April 13th at the Fairmont Royal York in Downtown Toronto, Canada.

From ancient times until relatively recently, there was widespread worry about lookism, because the appearance of others may deceive, especially in romance, or it may be personally or politically imprudent to judge or act on appearances.

Research on the "What is beautiful is good" stereotype shows that, overall, those who are physically attractive benefit from their good looks: physically attractive individuals are perceived more positively and physical attractiveness has a strong influence on judgment of a person's competence.

In return, physically attractive people benefit from these stereotypical beliefs.

There are two upcoming events that each provide an excellent forum to learn from and network with other like-minded investors.

The Second Annual Valuespaña 2016 will be held in Madrid on April 7th & 8th at the Hotel Villa Real.

The Spring 2016 issue features John Phelan of MSD Capital, Alex Magaro of Meritage Group, Adam Wyden of ADW Capital (MBA ’10) and Marc Cohodes.

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