Elton Canewriter & tech geek - Brisbane
15 April 2008 | 1905 views | 1 | Recommends 1
New Scientist reported yesterday on research from the University of Cambridge that suggests the movements
of money in the financial markets are correlated to stock traders' levels of two hormones: the steroids testosterone and cortisol.
Examining the cause vs. effect dilemma they found that traders who started their days with elevated testoster...
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