Millennial Investors Trust Wall Street More But Invest Less In Stocks
Young, wealthy investors are less likely to invest in the stock market and more likely to put their money into alternatives, signifying a much more open-minded approach than the generation preceding them, according to a recent poll conducted by iCrowd, a social networking site for investors.
Young investors diversify portfolios
The survey found that young, accredited investors (age 18 – 29) allocate . . .
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