Interesting Insights by MLIM

When it comes to investing, to err is human – but women are less likely than men to do so.
According to a groundbreaking survey of investors by Merrill Lynch Investment Managers (MLIM), women make fewer investment mistakes than men and make them less often — despite the fact that, on average, they tend to know less about investing and enjoy investing less than men.

Also featured in an article – ‘Profit From The Feminine Side’, published in Bloomberg Markets, February 2006 Issue.

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