Investors have found new responses to pandemic, war, commodity shortages and inflation.
New patterns of behaviour in information-seeking and ‘advice’ are forming.
And the gulf in attitude between young and old is wide and getting wider.
Our third annual study of UK investors’ attitudes and behaviour finds a new stability emerging. Amongst the young, we’re seeing a pattern of breadth and variety not only in asset types but in sources of influence and ‘advice’, in attitudes to risk, ‘retirement’ and ‘ethical’ investing. This broadening of range extends beyond investing into employment trends, income sources, even signs of crisis fatigue. It is changing how investors, advisers and providers work together.
To find out more, download the full report here, Constant Crisis: The New Stability, today.