Financial Advisers – How Has Reverse Sexism Become The Acceptable Norm?

In my view, pretending to be non-sexist by engaging in sexist activities is perhaps the worst manifestation of a moral foundation within human endeavor. Let’s take an example from the Financial Media Industry if possible.

All right, the Wall Street Journal put together a list of Top Financial Advisors and on that list both male and female based on rankings, actual return and amount of money under management. Afterwards the Wall Street Journal put together a list of Top Women Financial Advisors. To look at this one is easy to say; unya? Yet that’s because we’re trained to think it’s right, even if it reveals a complete bias towards women. I ask myself why did the Wall Street Journal do this?

Simply put, those who are in the media are journalists, journalists spend a lot of time in college to get their degree in journalism, thus having a lot of time to be washed away by the trap of sexism theory, one says that in our patriarchal that society women are victimized anyway. . The Wall Street Journal, a business newspaper, pretends to be above all of this but clearly they are not, judging the options within them.

If things are fair and there is no sexism and everyone is truly ‘gender neutral’ there is only one list of men and women, or there are two lists, one with only men and one with only women. equal to both. If we look at the list of all Financial Advisors there is only one woman in the top 20, and four in the top 100, which is not a good display, and of course there may be reasons for this, but those are numbers, equal and square. We live in a competitive society and the financial sector is real, and that’s the real consequences in line with pre -set criteria. That is the truth.

If for a reason we, as a society are concerned about women not looking well in surveys and data analysis, or if the Wall Street Journal is concerned, then we have a much better options;

A. Don’t Publish The Survey At All

B. Two Different Surveys – One for Men and One for Women

If we choose “A” then we are biased in keeping or hiding data, doing nothing but perpetuating the error of ability and advancing the theme that men and women are equally equal in all. aspect of human endeavor. dili. We all know or should already be aware of this, simply by observing our species and basic humans looking at ways inherent in our species’s need to understand the world around us.

So, a long “A” is better than the way we now do the Financial Advisor Survey, but probably not as good as choosing “B” which is more meaningful.

Now, one could argue a Professor of Gender Studies for sure, that the reason women are only 4 in the top 100 is because the industry used to be biased against women. Okay just a minute? First, the field of Financial Advisor is much more recent, in fact the first people were even licensed for it, and the first courses took place in the late 70’s and early 80’s. There were women in this first classes. I know because I married one of them, enrolled in the very first class actually. Most of the people in the class are men, but there are women as well.

Maybe the class title or topic didn’t interest the girls. Anyone at the time is allowed to sign up. Most of the stock brokers that are relatively saturated with the norm are those of the first class, but not all, some are just people from finance, banking and accounting, and other backgrounds and interests. There was no bias at the time the industry really started. In fact, some might say that because Financial Advising is so much about ‘relationships’ with clients that women can be more suited, this is really my bias to say, as I believe the women, whose mothers in the family unit are particularly well. than men with relationships, but I violate, because of enough words spent on the subject to fill a day’s worth of man -made Internet Data.

So, why don’t men portray women as financial advisors? Similarly, one can say that men are often more competitive so will take a higher risk approach, which will lead them to be more successful or more often less successful, thus collapsing and burning and looking for new work in other sectors. A survey showing low or bad performance (in terms of return) Financial Conduct in this case will be filled with men; and women who are better relationship builders less risky because they don’t want to lose money their clients will show more frequent returns what time is a way safer bet . This could actually make them ‘better’ overall, a topic for a future dialogue.

The funny thing about all of this and you know, I don’t give a shit about ‘gender equality’ or even hold high respect in the financial sector; so while people are busy playing with gender equality, and the government is busy passing many regulations in the sector, Artificial Intelligent Robo-Advisors have come and taken their place. Soon, the best person for a job isn’t male or female or even transgender, it’s a computer. Well done people, you do it yourself – Again!