Le Gender Investing Gap

Women have a money problem. They earn less than men and invest less, as well.

The gender investment gap can be chalked up, in part, to insecurity, experts say.

“The way that people can become confident is through knowledge,” said Betsy Kelder, executive director of Invest in Girls, a program with the Council for Economic Education.

The numbers tell the tale. Only 26% of American women invest in the stock market, a 2018 report from S&P Global found, and they invest less aggressively than men. Yet a 2017 Fidelity study found that women who did invest outperformed men by 40 basis points.

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