Investment gender divide: Women less likely to take risks compared to men

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Investment gender divide: Women less likely to take risks compared to men

When it comes to investing, it looks like women are less likely to take risks compared to men. 

New research into the financial markets suggests there's an investment gender divide - with women less aggressive and are more like to play it safe with their savings. 

Is that a good or bad thing? Personal Finance Editor for The Independent Simon Read explains more. 

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