The best Valentine's Day gift this year might be investment advice—given by women.
That's because year in and year out, women continue to beat men when it comes to investing. The biggest difference is simply that men trade more, paying more in fees. All that portfolio churn hurts the overall return of their portfolios.
The data comes from SigFig, an online-based investment advisor who reviewed over 50,000 accounts for CNBC.
CNBC last wrote about this concept at the end of 2015, showing that women consistently beat women for this reason. But 2016 was a new year, and in came a massive decline in the stock market. So did anything between the genders change?
Apparently, the answer is no.