Take That, Guys
- Women talk money. Gardner, Marilyn // Christian Science Monitor;11/01/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 239, p11
Presents information for women on how to manage their finances. Why many women feel unable to manage financial matters; Importance for women to acquire money managing skills; Resources available; Differences between men and women in related areas including savings and philanthropy; Activism of...
- He Traded, She Traded. McKnight, Marshall // Business News New Jersey;01/02/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p24
Discusses differences and similarities in the investment strategies of men and women in the United States. Financial Web sites that have special sections for women; Women's desire to achieve the best rate of return over a given period of time; Men's tendency to accept more risk when investing;...
- Okay, women really could use special advice about investing. Kover, Amy // Fortune;3/29/1999, Vol. 139 Issue 6, p129
Discusses resources for women regarding investing. Women's unique needs, based on factors such as their average longer lifespan than man, as well as the fact that many women work in jobs that do not provide pensions; The sexist nature of some of the material available.
- A matter of men, women and their investing habits. Dignum, E. Kim // Business Press;7/14/95, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p19
Reports on men and women and their individual money investing habits.
- ...never too rich. Sall, Laurie A. // Corporate Detroit;Aug96, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p34
Discusses ways how women could handle their personal finances more effectively. Financial areas of concern; Financial Fitness Profile; Outdated financial decision-making processes.
- Sexes are worlds apart when it comes to risk. BEKIARIS, MARIA // Money (Australia Edition);Apr2012, Issue 144, p61
The article reveals the gender differences when it comes to the risks men and women they are willing to take in their investments, according to a research study by the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia (MFAA).
- Investing by PC a guy thing, but women seen just as likely as men to bank from home. Bloom, Jennifer Kingso // American Banker;4/10/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 68, p17
Presents the results of the survey by SRI Consulting concerning sex differences towards computer related issues. Percentages of both sexes on the management of household finances; Men as having a higher interest in electronic investment services than women.
- GENDER AND MARITAL DIFFERENCES IN WEALTH AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS. Lyons, Angela; Neelakantan, Urvi; Scherpf, Erik // Journal of Personal Finance;2008, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p57
Wealth is an important source of financial well-being and investment is an important vehicle to accumulate wealth. A large body of literature has focused on analyzing the systematic differences in wealth and investment behavior across gender and marital states. This paper provides a broad...
- Gender Differences in Personal Saving Behaviors. Fisher, Patti J. // Journal of Financial Counseling & Planning;2010, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p14
Gender differences in personal saving behaviors among single person households were investigated using the 2007 Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF). Determinants of short-term and regular saving behavior were found to differ by gender. Women (n = 702) were less likely to save in the short term if...
- Just Let the Wife Invest…. // Journal of Financial Planning;Aug1999, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p21
Focuses on the results of a study conducted by Brad Barber and Terrance Odeon of the University of California in Davis about the attitudes of men and women in the United States in investing. Why households trade too much; Difference of men and women in investing and trading.