We won’t be equal until we’re financially equal! Let’s #beatthegap ✊ Today is International Women’s Day and it’s the perfect occasion to focus on the global financial inequality. Did you know, that there are 195 countries in the world, and NOT a SINGLE ONE has achieved financial equality! 😱 At the current pace, it will take 257 years to close the financial gender gap, according to World Economic Forum. 257 years! We CAN and MUST do better than that. Let’s beat the gap together!
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It´s no secret that men take up a lot of space when it comes to equity investments, but it turns out that women are actually, the better investors. Men are generally equity analysts, stock experts, shareholders, board chairmen, directors and finance experts. Men make discussion posts and make up 90 per cent of participants in most share-related groups on social media. But when it comes to generating returns, women in fact perform better than men. Follow the link to read the full article
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In a Fidelity survey called “Women and Money,” fewer than 9% of respondents said they thought women were better investors than men.⠀ Yet the data suggests just the opposite.🤔 The Warwick Business School surveyed 2,456 investors, 450 of which were female, between April 2012 and July 2016. The group of women outperformed males in the study by about 1.2% per year.⠀ Conclusion: women earned higher returns and were better savers.