When Not to Trust Your Instincts When making investment decisions, your gut isn't always your best guide.
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Looking to make better investment decisions? Going a little psycho might help, suggests a new study.
When researchers from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Iowa compared investment decisions made by people with a diminished capacity for emotion to those of normal participants, they found that "functional psychopaths" make better investment decisions.
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