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Winter blues affects trading behaviour

People suffering from seasonal affective disorder (SAD), or seasonal depression, take few investment risks during winter than summer, according to University of Toronto researchers.

The study, published in the Social Psychological and Personality Science journal, found SADS sufferers did not differ from non-sufferers during summer and spring, but were less likely to take risks in winter.

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