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The New York Times: ‘Trust your gut’ might actually be profitable advice on Wall Street, study says


Traders can performed significantly better if they trusted their ‘gut feelings’ according to a news research co-authored by Dr Ben Hardy, Fellow in Management, Finance and Physiology at Cambridge Judge Business School. The research led by the University of Cambridge compared the interoceptive abilities of financial traders against those of non-trader control subjects.

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