Equities an option for young investors

Younger people with fewer financial commitments should consider investing in equities, according to a major financial broker group.

27th July, 2013
Rachel Doyle, PIBA.

Younger people with fewer financial commitments should consider investing in equities, according to a major financial broker group.

The Professional Insurance Brokers Association (PIBA) has said that young people need to be encouraged to start a diversified financial portfolio, including equities.

The group's latest survey of its members revealed that 93 per cent of brokers identified young people without family commitments, and who are a while away from buying a house, as being the most...

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