• Retail investors recovered faster than expected from February's losses and data suggest older Americans are leading the latest round of buying

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Older retail investors appear to be pushing money back into securities.
    Dean Mitchell
    Boomer retail investors are likely behind the weekly rise to $1.2 billion in US securities purchases, says Vanda Research.
    "Unusually large inflows" into sovereign bond and credit ETFs suggest buying by older and more financially conservative investors.
    Stocks favored by younger retail investors such as GameStop and AMC dropped out of the top of Vanda's weekly leaderboard.
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  • Retail investors recovered faster than expected from February's losses and data suggest older Americans are leading the latest round of buying

    Retail investors recovered faster than expected from February's losses and data suggest older Americans are leading the latest round of buying

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement Retail investors are pouring money back into equities and other financial markets, with one data firm saying their faster-than-expected return to weekly purchases appears to be led by buying among Boomers.
    There was a rise to $1.2 billion in average daily purchases of US securities this week, meeting the average for the last 12 months, Vanda Research said Wednesday. The company's VandaTrack data-analysis arm monitors retail investing activity in 9,000 individual stocks and ETFs in the US.
    The firm about two weeks ago observed that retail investors had gone into a...
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