Kathleen Edwards guest posts today on a very interesting topic: Women and investing. What does research tell us about female investors? Are women winning the investment game? Find out here.
The National Partnership for Women & Families report revealed that women make just 80 cents for every dollar that men make. The good news is that there are multiple arguments and movements being put forward to beat the gender pay gap, but, whilst women are being paid less, they have to be more careful with their cash. As a new study reveals when it comes to women and investing, females are usually more sensible and are making more cash than male counterparts, it begs the following question. What are women doing right that men aren’t? Continue reading Women and Investing: What the Research Says