Young investors pile into stocks, seeing ‘generational-buying moment’ instead of risk

The coronavirus market downturn spurred young people — in some cases, for the first time in their lives — to get started with investing.

A spike in new accounts at online brokers show that young and inexperienced investors saw the coronavirus downturn as an entry point into the world of investing and not a time to hunker down.

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