Women are better at shares

That women are better investors than men, there are several studies showing. According to the study (Reuters), the group of women with a 0.4 percent higher annual rate of return on investment than the group of men.

Women have a tendency to have a bit lower self-confidence and are reluctant to overdo things, which is valuable as an investor. Women prefer to learn about investments through real life experiences rather than the traditional methods. Women save usually more on the exchange than men do. More than 25 percent of the women save each month, against 16% of men.

Among the female-dominated companies are the stable shares, as ICA, H&M, Axfood, Astra Zeneca, and Vitrolife.


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