Financial and Monetary Systems

Four ways retail investors can take control of their financial future

More than a third of U.S. adults are missing out on the opportunity to grow their money by investing. But retail investors should be financially literate and have a clear plan in mind before entering today's tumultuous market. Image: REUTERS/Carlo Allegro

Meagan Andrews

Community Curator, Investors Industries, World Economic Forum

Sofia Eckrich

Project Fellow, Future of Capital Markets, World Economic Forum


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An empowered retail investor is one that understands their own goals, the risks involved in investing and who has access to suitable financial products for their needs. Image: World Economic Forum

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