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Barbara Stewart, CFA

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Biography

Barbara Stewart, CFA, is a researcher and author on the issue of women and finance. She released the 10th installment of her “Rich Thinking” series of monographs on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2020. Stewart 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. She is a frequent interview guest on TV, radio, and print, and she is a columnist for Golden Girl Finance. Stewart is on the Advisory Board for Kensington Capital Partners Limited in Toronto. All of Stewart’s research is available on Barbara Stewart.

Author's Posts
Five Investing Success Stories from Five International Women

In honor of International Women's Day 2021, Barbara Stewart, CFA, shares the stories of five women investors.

The COVID Catapult: Four Trends Upending the Status Quo for Women

The burdens of COVID-19 have fallen disproportionately on women. But the pandemic's impact has not been entirely negative.

Women and Trading: Currencies, Commodities, and Crypto

More and more women are thriving as traders. Barbara Stewart, CFA, talks to three of them.

She’s the Boss of Her Money: Four Trends in Women’s Online Investing

Four fintech innovations are providing forums for women to get started as investors.

Five Tips for Business Success from Five International Women in Finance

What advice do the top women in finance have for those trying to make their way in the sector?

Let’s Get Physical 3: How to Moderate Panel Discussions

The moderator often makes or breaks a panel discussion. Nonverbal communication expert Mark Bowden provides some pointers.

Women and Finance: The 2019 Rich Thinking Quantitative Survey Findings

If it was ever true that women were excessively fearful about risk, it’s not true anymore.

Women and Wealth: Three Findings and Their Risks

What are the major takeaways from a decade of researching women and finance?

Suddenly Single: How to Plan with Female Clients

We all start out single and most women, whether they marry or not, will end up that way. Barbara Stewart, CFA, considers the implications.