Barbara Stewart

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Barbara Stewart, CFA is one of the world’s leading researchers on women and finance, focusing on real life financial behaviours and providing global insights into how smart women think and communicate. Barbara is an advocate for women, for diversity, and for financial education. In addition to her Rich Thinking® research, Barbara uses her proprietary research skills to work as an Executive Interviewer on a project basis for global financial institutions seeking to gain a deeper understanding of their key stakeholders, both women and men. Barbara is a frequent interview guest on TV, radio and print, both financial and general interest. She is a contributor to the CFA Institute’s Enterprising Investor website. For more information about Barbara’s research, please see www.barbarastewart.ca.

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Financial Regrets? Here are my Top Three

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As the World Turns—Spotlight on Global Investing

The best way to describe the psychology of investors today is “poised for disappointment”. To find out what’s driving this feeling, I sat down...

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This article is part three of a three-part series. All names have been changed to protect the innocent— and the not-so-innocent. In my 20 years+...

Couples & Money: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Part...

This article is part two of a three-part series. All names have been changed to protect the innocent— and the not-so-innocent. In my 20 years+...

Couples & Money: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

This article is one of a three-part series because, uh, there’s a lot to say on the subject. All names have been changed to...

Popularity Paradox: Pros and Cons of Hot Stocks

Should you invest in “popular” stocks? New research suggests that popular stocks may underperform compared to less popular picks. Before you load up the...

What an Angel! Women Investing in Women

I was in Sweden two years ago researching what women wanted from their bank. I heard a lot about things like ‘more proactive service’...

Good Advice vs Bad Advice? Stories from 5 Successful Women

In my last post, I asked five successful women about the little things they did that had a big impact on their day. This...