Byoung Min Kim is a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Consumer Science at Purdue. His research interest is about the decision-making process of institutional investors in financial markets. He has extensive experiences with both quantitative and qualitative methods. He has developed data mining techniques as well as analytic skills with high-frequency institutional transaction data, and accumulated knowledge to parse and quantify descriptive information in financial contexts through textual analysis. His current research is about overconfidence and disposition effect of institutional trading and behavior of institutional investors around firms’ 10-K filings.