You’re driving to the lake this summer when you see a horrific single-car accident. 

Is the driver more likely to be male or female? 

Most of the time, you’d be right if you guessed it was a man.  In a study of motor vehicle accidents by insurance company, 80% of all fatal and serious car crashes are caused by male drivers.  Driving violations are higher for men in virtually every category:  failing to yield, not wearing seat belts, speeding and driving under the influence of alcohol.

It turns out the same principle may apply to investing. 

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