Investors more confident about financial knowledge than financial future, study finds

"General lack of engagement" in pension planning also identified

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Investors more confident about financial knowledge than financial future, study finds

Young investors are more confident in their knowledge of investments than their older counterparts, according to research by Schroders.

The firm's 2016 Global Investor Study identified that more than two-thirds (68%) of the so-called ‘millennial' generation - those aged 18 to 35 - reckon they have a greater understanding of investm...

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