3 Fascinating Differences Between Male And Female Investors


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Women are taking control of more money in America, and the financial industry is scrambling to catch up.Barclays Wealth and Ledbury Research put out a big report this week on female investors are different. Three trends caught out eyes:

1) Female investors value financial discipline. This means they are more open to investment strategies that involve self-control and planning.

2) Women are more risk averse.

3) Women care less about inheritance planning.

Check out the charts below.


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