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Emotions interfere with investing decisions more than we thought

2017-11-22 The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail writes about neuroeconomics, mentioning David Cesarini, NYU and affiliated to IFN: "David Cesarini, [...] , has tried to determine whether investing habits are partially hereditary by studying the financial behaviour of identical twins versus fraternal twins."

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