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Investor Sentiment Varies Significantly across Age Groups
Majority still bullish, yet data suggest investors are taking a more defensive stance against international turmoil NEW YORK-(BUSINESS WIRE)- E*TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:ETFC) today announced results from the most recent wave of StreetWise, E*TRADE's quarterly tracking study of experienced investors. Data suggest there is a growing divide between younger and older investors when it comes to sentiment and opportunity: Bullish sentiment is much stronger among pre-retirees, age 55 to 64, who typically have a more seasoned view of the markets, than among investors under 35 (72 percent vs. 55 percent). Bullish sentiment increased from last quarter across both ... More
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