Mutual funds may have tough times ahead, in remaining the investment of choice for a new generation of Americans. Their bread and butter: Older investors. Their weak spot: Investors under 35.
In an analysis of ownership of mutual funds conducted by its economists, the Investment Company Institute in November found that only 44% of investors under 35 who were familiar with mutual fund companies had a "very" or "somewhat" favorable impression of them.
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