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Women & Behavioural Finance: Women can have a natural advantage for financial planning success
According to a recent TD Wealth study1, Canadian women are significantly more Conscientious than men (as defined by the Five Factor Model of Personality2), which can be an advantage when it comes to financial planning and investing. Despite this distinctive advantage, there are also research studies that show some women may not be as financially confident as they should be, but do want to learn more about financial planning and get more involved in their finances.
1TD Wealth Behavioural Finance Report, 2018
2Tupes, E.C & Christal, R.E., Recurrent Personality Factors Based on Trait Ratings. Technical Report ASD-TD-61-97, Lackland Air
Force Base, TX: Personnel Laboratory, Air Force Systems Command, 1961
Preparing for the future: Why women need to invest in financial literacy
As women are increasingly taking charge of household finances and planning ahead for retirement, having strong financial literacy is more important than ever. In 2017, TD Wealth surveyed over 1,600 affluent Canadians online to learn more about their investment behaviours, and analyze their financial literacy. In this article, we focus on financial literacy among women and its implications on financial savings. Download the PDF.