Over the years, women have had to deal with real structural roadblocks pertaining to financial freedom. They have faced tough financial moments, unlike their male counterparts. You would be tempted to think that they are bigger spenders than men or are simply not interested in investment. This is very wrong because they believe in having more economic power as investors.
However, they have to deal with plenty of barriers including negative stereotypes related to wages, career and investment. In many cases, men have the consideration of being better investors than women in the name that they make more money.
Nonetheless, women have made deliberate choices to attain more skills and professional credentials. They prefer a holistic approach towards wealth management with a keen eye on putting together an investment portfolio. Their aim is to have an alignment between their wealth portfolio and values. This is the very opposite of men who are likely to put investments in one compartment, political and moral values in another.
Being socially responsible is common in women. They have the drive to make a positive impact in the world and only that which will give them satisfaction. They will use any wealth at their disposal as intended because they want to get it done.
Women business owners more often than not take action to achieve goals. If you at the world today, you realize that companies under women management have more responsibility in creating a social wellbeing impact.
Clearly, there no more room of ignoring them. Their paths seem well defined to keep them ahead financially. The more reason most of them are still holding onto the old-fashioned emergency fund or an FU-fund. This takes care of the unforeseen situation such as a messy divorce or when circumstances push them into becoming single parents. Some of them have had to quit from their corporate jobs and establish business so as to attend to their young family more efficiently.
All said and done, women are forces to reckon. They are not only running homes but also big corporate firms worth billions of dollars.
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