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The Millennial Investing Crisis

By Patrick O'Shaughnessy
Jul 26, 2018
The formative scars of the 2008 financial crisis have inclined many millennials (born between 1980-2000) to be more risk-averse than other post-World War II generations, favoring the safety of low-paying savings over “riskier” stock investments.As author Patrick O’Shaughnessy (a millennial himself) explains, this overly conservative approach has huge long-term implications. Whether you’re a millennial — or perhaps a parent or grandparent of one — this is an important message to share with the young workers in your sphere of influence.

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