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Surprise! Survey says just 20% of rich millennials are investing in cryptocurrency

The Next Web Monday, 16 September 2019
Surprise! Survey says just 20% of rich millennials are investing in cryptocurrencyOne in five millennials (20 percent) have invested in cryptocurrency, according to new survey results. As part of the survey, UK law firm Michelmores surveyed 500 affluent millennials – arguably a low amount – with investable assets of £25,000 or more about their approach and attitudes to money, work, investing, and lifestyle. The research shows that traditional forms of investment continue to be popular, with most rich youngsters investing in shares (37 percent), pensions or annuities (37 percent), or stocks (35 percent). Similarly, at least a quarter of those surveyed said they had invested in life insurance (30 percent), investment trusts…

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