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Study of 20,000 Coin Tosses Shows We Should All Take More Chances in Life

Even the boldest and most risk tolerant among us sometimes agonize about whether to finally quit that job, launch a new venture, or take their lives in a different direction.

Science can’t answer these sorts of complex and personal questions, of course, but a fascinating recent study from University of Chicago economist Steven Levitt (of…

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