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Women start investing earlier than men - research

News Team, 23/05/2022

Women are starting investing earlier than men, according to new research by Janus Henderson Investment Trusts.

The average age for female investors to get started is 32, while men typically do so at 35. The average age that people start to invest is 34, while 13 percent are ‘late bloomers’, who began to invest after turning 50.

James de Sausmarez, head of investment trusts at Janus Henderson, commented: "It’s great to see that women are making t...


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