Women are statistically more likely than men to rate themselves as less-experienced investors. They also trade less frequently than men. However, women investors are more inclined to invest for the long-term and stick to their investment plan.

Insights for women investors may include:

  • • Identifying your investment needs and objectives, your risk tolerance and time horizon, and knowing the types of professionals and resources available
  • • Learning how the right investment mix — also known as an “asset allocation” — can make a big difference
  • • Understanding you may live longer and need additional planning

To learn more, read “Women and Investing”, a report from Wells Fargo Investment Institute.