We surveyed 885 millennials to see how their attitude toward investing and retirement has changed during market volatility.
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Markets may be volatile, but millennials’ investing goals are steadier than ever

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August 26, 2020
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In everything from the way they parent to the way they shop, millennials are known for doing things a little differently than the generations that came before them. The way they approach investing during market volatility is no exception.


If you’re ready to take that step into the future and use an online tool to help plan your retirement, Vanguard Digital Advisor™ is here. As millennials would say, that’s some next-level adulting.

 

 

 

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