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KCI등재 학술저널

Does Gender Influence Investment Choice? A Psychosomatic Study of GCC Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs with behavioral finance biases are more likely to make irrational or financially detrimental decisions. Understanding financial behavior biases can assist in making sound financial decisions. Behavioral finance is a new topic that can assist researchers in better understanding investor behavior and preferences while purchasing and selling stocks. Using measures such as independent t-tests and average Likert five-point scale scores, this study seeks to determine how entrepreneurs make investment decisions and whether gender makes a difference. The study is empirical, and data from 1000 entrepreneurs were collected through convenience sampling. The study’s main findings show that there are numerous factors to consider while investing in stocks, including family planning, children’s education, investment security, and recurring income. Both men and women attempt to invest in many asset classes, but certain investments are extremely risky, while others are low risk. As a result, investors should assess risk based on their age and experience rather than their gender; this indicates that an investment in venture capital has nothing to do with gender but everything to do with the investor’s age.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review and Hypotheses

3. Research Methods and Materials

4. Results and Discussion

5. Conclusion

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