The great majority (96%) of millennials do not have an investment portfolio, with many arguing the process is too complicated and something reserved only for the rich, research by Dabbl has found.
The findings came despite the fact nearly three-fifths (58%) of millennials said they had considered starting an investment portfolio. Nearly three-quarters (72%) of those aged 25 to 34 said their reluctance...
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