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Some professions are categorized as more male-dominated, such as construction work, car sales, and mechanics. Likewise, others are categorized as more female-dominated, including nursing, teaching, and social work. Thankfully, some of these gender stereotypes are falling by the wayside. Today’s guests explain how women are investing (successfully) in male-dominated assets classes.
Liz Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli, hosts of The Real Estate InvestHER Show, are both professional real estate investors who believe in the importance of elevating women’s financial literacy.
Andresa says, “It wasn’t that long ago that women were not able to open a bank account or own a property. We are mentally dependent, financially dependent.” She goes on to explain how her own experience of being in a toxic relationship, she would have had the confidence to leave that relationship.
Liz says, “Women outperform men. Women make great investors. Not just my opinion, but statistically because they are more cautious, and don’t invest on a whim.”
Host Kim Kiyosaki and guests Liz Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli discuss how women invest differently than men, the resources available to beginner investors, and the importance of elevating women's financial literacy.
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