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There is no point asking this question as we know women have now entered most of the fields of business. You might remember this ball busting study which found that women make better investors than men, because they are more risk-averse. 

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On 7/31/2020 at 5:01 PM, anthonyconstantinou said:

Really no need to discuss this thing, as we all know that trading doesn't see whether you are man or woman, you just need to implement right strategies at right time and enjoy the profit. 

Exactly, my friend.

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