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Despite being as optimistic as men about market performance in 2010, women continue to lag in confidence about their own investments. A recent online survey from MassMutual shows that less than one-quarter of women are confident about making their own investment decisions, compared to over 47 percent of men. The survey asked over 1,000 retirement plan participants between Nov. 15, 2009 and Jan. 15, 2010 about their attitudes toward investing. Over 75 percent of respondents said they thought the market would improve in the next year.

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