Survey - Women More Active In Investment Decisions And Retirement Planning: Women today are more knowledgeable and confident about investing than ever, according to a recent survey conducted jointly by Money magazine and Oppenheimer Funds.

In comparison to 10 years ago, more women are involved in their families’ investment decision-making and retirement planning, according to the survey. In 2002, 63 percent of women participated in buying and selling stocks, bonds and mutual funds for their families, compared to 53 percent in 1992 and 61 percent in 1997.

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