1 in 10 Women Choose Crypto as Their First Investment
November 14, 2022 (Investorideas.com Newswire) According to BanklessTimes.com, women investors are still bullish on crypto, with 1 in 10 choosing it as their first investment.
Speaking on the data, the CEO of BanklessTimes, Jonathan Merry, said: "Young women, especially Gen Z, opt for crypto as they begin their investment journey. They are confident in their choices and well-positioned to weather the current market conditions. This confidence in crypto as an investment asset class is encouraging and a sign that the industry has appeal beyond the traditional investor."
Women are confident in most aspects, and they hold positive energy. They are confident that crypto will have a much better future and the crypto industry will further develop. So they are willing to take the risk and invest in it. Most women (45%) feel financially comfortable and are happy with their investment plan. However, some women lack confidence in their wealth accumulation strategy. There is a vast gulf between the percentage of women confident in their financial situation and those who are not. The full story and statistics can be found here: 1 in 10 Women Choose Crypto as Their First Investment
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