Is Money the Great Equalizer For Women?
Sallie Krawcheck

So you don’t like them for being biased and saying that women are too ‘risk-averse’ to be good investors, but then your next paragraph has this: “ we’ve found that the product offerings of traditional investing firms appeal more to men, with their focus on investment upside to a much greater degree than on capital preservation.”

Isn’t that just a fancy way of saying that women are more risk-averse than men and will earn less on average from their investments?

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