Posted on 27 August 2010
By Mark Miller
Are young investors taking the wrong message from the 2008 market meltdown?
Financial experts usually advise young retirement investors to be aggressive, socking away as much money in stocks as possible. But recent investor data suggests that young investors have become very risk averse–no surprise, given lousy market performance over the past decade.
I’ll be talking about this trend on Marketplace Money with Tess Vigeland this weekend. The program airs on public radio stations across the country; here’s a list of stations and air times where you can catch the show.