authors:Richard Govoni, Robert E. Mann, Harold Wynne
published in: 2004
summary: A major survey of gamblers in the province of Ontario was reanalyzed to determine the characteristics of those respondents who identified themselves as speculative investors. Logistic regression analysis indicates that, compared to other gamblers, members of this group are more likely to be male, have a high family income, be an active gambler, and have a higher level of education...
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type: article in journal
publisher: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
is part of a publication: Journal of Gambling Issues (JGI)
copyright: © 1999-2004 The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
original language: English
article pagination: start page: 105 - end page: 118
keywords: gambling , speculative investing , speculative investors
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