Research: Encrypted traders tend to take greater risks in stock market trading

According to CoinDesk, a recent study showed that investors who trade cryptocurrencies tend to take on greater risks in the stock market, suggesting that they are seeking dopamine (stimulus) rather than diversification. This title is "Cryptographic currency traders are pioneers or adventurers? The article in the brokerage account provides evidence that the behavior of cryptocurrency traders is “excitement-seeking”: “We found that when investors participate in cryptocurrency transactions, they increase in stock trading simultaneously. Risk seeking behavior because they increase the intensity of trading and the use of leverage. It is reported that the sample period of this study is from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2017, of which 668,067 individual investors. The study found that within 10 days of launching the cryptocurrency campaign, traders performed an average of 16.8 additional stock trades and increased leverage by 13.4%. It is worth noting that traders aged between 35 and 44 have the largest increase in leverage, followed by traders between the ages of 25 and 34.