Financial Behaviors & DNA Analysis

April 17, 2022

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Abstract

Financial behaviors have been known to tell researchers, finance advisors, bankers, and financial consultants to gain insight on how consumers’ buy habits and spending change. This functional assignment will cover a more in-depth analysis of a finance topic with the correlation between DNA analysis and consumer financial behaviors. Financial behaviors The purpose of the research is to better understand why consumers make these financial decisions. These research articles will assist in providing a clear summary of supporting evidence on using DNA analysis relationships with specific financial behaviors.

Keywords: financial, financial behaviors, financial literacy analysis, DNA

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Financial Behaviors & DNA Analysis

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