Lightspeed’s Mercedes Bent discusses closing the gender investing gap

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    Latest data shows more men invest in stocks compared to women. According to a survey of retail investors by Cardify, 31 percent of women weren’t aware of the AMC and GameStop trading frenzy compared to 17 percent of men. Mercedes Bent from venture capital firm Lightspeed Venture Partners joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss how to close the gender wage gap in investing.

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