A Theoretical Introduction to Numer. Analysis by V. Ryaben'kll, S. Tsynkov

By V. Ryaben'kll, S. Tsynkov

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They watched their parents lose jobs and savings. The meltdown truly impacted their views on investing, Wall Street, and corporate America. Some of them are afraid of the market and fearful of investing. Generally, Millennials are afraid that if they invest $5, they’ll have $3 down the road. This fear discourages them from investing at all. 10 SEI examined the characteristics and concerns of age-defined market segments. This research found that Millennials are not averse to working with financial advisors, but are skeptical of financial institutions.

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