Women lose in the money stakes, as they're half as likely to invest - and a third have saved less than £500



Men are twice as likely to play the stock market as women, who blame a lack of knowledge or disposable income for their reluctance to invest.
One in five men invest, compared with one in 10 women, a survey has found. 
A survey also claimed that the average woman only has £1,500 in the bank - a fifth of the £7,500 the average man has set aside. A third of women have considerably less at £500.
The decision by the majority of both sexes not to invest, comes despite a raft of data showing that investing in shares long-term delivers a better return than holding cash.
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13 October 2016 in Business, Views: 32
Source: Daily Mail
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