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Study: Women are better than men at investing

May 9, 2017

By MarketWatch

A new study has found that men are quicker to make judgments and less likely to examine facts that might prove them wrong, supporting evidence from a landmark 2001 study that showed female investors beat their male counterparts by nearly 1% per year. Scientists hesitate to draw connections between unrelated studies, yet the result suggests that there's an actual reason why the 2001 study found women to be better at investing than men. Read the original story from MarketWatch.

 

 

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