In the age-old tug-of-war between nature and nurture, when it comes to investing, nurture pulls considerable weight, according new research from the Charles Schwab Foundation.

According to the Chicago Tribune, the study found that 56% of teenagers surveyed said that they are concerned about their parent's finances. At the same time, 87% said that their parents are the first place they turn for financial advice.

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