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Marr, Julian
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p41
In this article the author discusses the relationship between psychometric profiler and the risk and investment in the financial service industry in Great Britain. The author relates that he likes the idea of the profiler offering, however, worried about its scientific documentation. The author stresses that the quantifiable process is the one which is needed by every manager in the institutional market.


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