Despite the widely held belief that younger investors have become tremendously risk-averse due to the economic crisis, Vanguard is finding that younger investors have increased their equity exposure considerably.
The youngest participants in defined contribution plans, 20-year-olds, have an average equity exposure of 84.7%, up from 40.7% in 2003, Vanguard said.
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