Gyllenram untersucht das Kaufverhalten von Anlegern verschiedener Weltmdrkte. Der Psychologe gibt Tipps, wie Anleger Fehler bei Investitionen vermeiden kvnnen. Financial Times Deutschland 17.01.2001
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