Managers with higher levels of risk propensity are more likely than their conservative counterparts to:​

A) ​adhere to the rational model and be extremely cautious about their decisions.
B) ​avoid mistakes and infrequently make decisions that lead to big losses.
C) ​rely heavily on intuition and gamble big investments on their decisions.
D) ​reach decisions slowly after a great amount of analysis.
E) ​display no aggression in decision making.