Blacks and whites differ on investing

July 1997
Jet;07/14/97, Vol. 92 Issue 8, p23
Discusses an article from `Money' magazine investigating the differences between the investment practices of blacks and whites in the United States. Blacks as less willing to take the risks necessary to make top returns; Black women as more likely than white women to run finances in the home; Blacks as more likely to rely heavily on financial advisors; More.


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