BOSTON - Married millionaire women are more risk averse, more interested in holistic financial planning and they may be better candidates for financial advice than their male counterparts according to research released by Fidelity Investments on Thursday.

“Based on these findings, it is important for financial advisors to recognize that women may be looking for different investment strategies or have a different set of financial concerns that deserve consideration,” Alexandra Taussig, senior vice president of Fidelity National Financial, said in a statement.

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