A Surprising Number of Americans Started Investing for the First Time in 2020

A Surprising Number of Americans Started Investing for the First Time in 2020
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A pandemic may not seem like an ideal situation to begin investing for the future. In fact, 60% of young investors (18 to 34 years old) first started investing in 2020 or later, as did 44% of Black men, 47% of Black women, 41% of Hispanic men, and 41% of Hispanic women who are investing.

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