Understanding LGBT Investors

Britton, Diana
February 2014
REP.;Feb2014, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p11
The article reports that according to a study by Spectrem Group Inc., wealthy LGBT investors take a more conservative approach to investing and are less diversified than non-LGBT investors. LGBT investors are more satisfied with their advisors than non-LGBT respondents. Only 20 percent of ultra-high-net-worth LGBT respondents were very knowledgeable about financial products and investments.


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