Once they’re taught and encouraged, women make some of the most successful stock market traders and long term investors.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
In his latest Huffington Post blog, Tyrone Jackson, founder of The Wealthy Investor (http://www.thewealthyinvestor.net) program, helps women understand the significance of handling their own finances because it directly effects their retirement, home ownership and ability to have an upscale lifestyle. “Once they’re taught and encouraged, women make some of the most successful stock market traders and long term investors.”
As Jackson explains in his Huffington Post blog, it’s no secret buying and selling stocks online is becoming more popular for the average investor. The rate at which women are making their own financial decisions is exponentially growing. Since women are now making the majority of the decisions about their family’s finances they are gaining greater financial knowledge. “I noticed my female students more often make better buying and selling decisions than my male students. They also tend to outperform their mutual funds and their financial advisers,” says Jackson.
It makes no difference whether a woman is totally new to the stock market or has been investing for years. Any woman can benefit from learning trading strategies that could allow her to create a level of wealth she had previously thought unattainable.
To see the full Huffington Post blog: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tyrone-jackson/women-and-investing_b_3196698.html
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