Behavioral Finance Studied to Improve Investing: Special Report
Behavioral finance is being drawn upon by financial advisers in an effort to engage risk-averse investors, while academic researchers are studying things like how testosterone affects trading and whether the brains of scam victims are different. To read a special report on behavioral finance, click here.
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