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.

How 4 Business Leaders Learned to Speak Up

In business, there’s a wide cast of characters and some personalities and situations are more difficult to deal with than others. Based on my...

How COVID-19 Changed My Financial Values

COVID-19 has caused a lot of suffering, increased the velocity of change, and been stressful for everyone. Spending months in lockdown affects all of...

Customer First: Secrets of Successful Canadian Entrepreneurs

In a highly competitive digital marketplace, how can a business get noticed and succeed? Social media builds connections In 2020, customers are more focused on what...

The Make-up Mark-up—It Costs Women Time and Money

The average woman spends 25 minutes daily doing her hair and makeup. Over 30 years, that’s equivalent to a ‘makeup gap’ of 3,000 hours. There...

Grandma, What Great Financial Advice You Give!

Grandmothers often act as role models. They generously share their life wisdom and values. The best of them also offer important messages about money...

Successful Women Use Intuition to Get Ahead

I spent the last year meeting with a diverse array of global women for my 2020 white paper on top tips for business success....

Financial Regrets? Here are my Top Three

Financial Regrets? I’ve had a few…and not too few to mention! This is my own version of ‘My Way’. To be honest, this is...

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...

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

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+...