Female directors’ trades yield better long-term returns

A study by University of Exeter researchers found that female directors are as good at valuing companies as their male counterparts.

Although the market responded to male directors’ trades better in the short term, female directors’ trades yielded better returns over the long term.

Researchers say these results indicate inaccurate market perceptions of the performance of female directors.

Read more at University of Exeter

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