If you want to get rich, invest like a woman
A growing body of academic research has found women outperform men at investing. Here's how they do it. Men throw better than women – it’s a fact. Research at the University of Wisconsin demonstrated it conclusively. But, while men can hold their heads high with that study in mind, they might want to take their egos down a notch when it comes to investing: sorry gents, women do it better. For starters, women save more. Research from Fidelity Investments found that while men save 7.9% of their salary on average, women put away 8.3%. That may not sound like much, but the difference equates to tens of thousands of dollars in additional savings over a career with the added bonus of compound interest. Continue reading full article: (VIEW LINK)
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