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The financial crisis changed an entire generation of investors — but it’s not as bad as most people think

What's to be done about millennials? They hate napkins, cereal, "dealing with people," and golf, among other pastimes cherished by their forebears. More concerning yet, America's largest generation hates the stock market — or at least has developed a strong suspicion and ambivalence toward it. Financial information website reports that only one-third of the demographic from age 19 to 35 invests in the stock market.
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