Investing Priorities for Women
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Women & Wealth

The 2015 Regions Women and Wealth Study looked at what matters most to women when building an investment portfolio. Similar to men, women said they cared most about an investment’s past financial performance and least about its social and political impact.

Here’s how women ranked their priorities on average when selecting new investments on a 1 to 4 scale, with 1 being most important and 4 being least important.

Read more 2015 Regions Women and Wealth Study results at Regions.com/WomenandWealth.

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