Who Said a Woman cannot Do That (Be a Good Stock Trader)?


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Who Said a Woman cannot Do That (Be a Good Stock Trader)?
Women in the Business World
Women began entering the workforce many years ago assuming roles and accomplishing professional objectives equivalent to male counterparts. Women are accepting, meeting, and exceeding responsibilities in the corporate world that include roles dominated by men. The current economy posits challenges in itself, yet women continue to succeed in the stock trading industry. The responsibility of monitoring a client’s portfolio, serving stock investors, and consolidating fund holdings requires the expertise and experience of an outstanding stock trader. The realization that men dominate the stock trading field...
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.....t make for extraordinary leaders (Bennis & Thomas 40). Women stock traders provide the public with value that men traders are simply unable to offer.
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Bennis, Warren, G., & Robert J Thomas. “Crucibles of Leadership”. Harvard Business Review. (2002) Retrieved July 3, 2010 from ProQuest database.
Gordon, John, Steele. “The Robber Baronesses. (First Women Stock Brokers)”. American Heritage: A division of Forbes, Inc. 46 8. (1995) Retrieved July 3, 2010 from Academic OneFile Infotrac database; Gale document number: A17776965.