The Financial Times's piece 'Do women really make better investors than men' bangs on the point that the women examined throughout Warwick Business School's study of 2,800 UK men and women investing with Barclays' Smart Investor, outperformed the 0.14 per cent average return, beating men by 1.8 percentage points.
This proof that women can perform well if they choose to invest gives us impetus to change the old adage in the financial sector - women save and men invest.
Many financial firms are trying to encourage women to invest, however none of them seem to have understood the best way to do this.
Would you rather save, or invest? Leave a comment below.
You can read more here: https://www.ft.com/content/f3835072-66a6-11e9-9adc-98bf1d35a056