Since the 2008 financial crisis, it’s become more and more difficult for Americans to chart a path toward financial security. Things like buying a house and paying off student loans have become more challenging for young people to do. And that’s given rise to a new generation of investors the FT’s Madison Darbyshire calls “generation moonshot.”

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For further reading:

Generation moonshot: why young investors are not ready to give up on risk

How retail investors can navigate the rough terrain of US equities

A year on, we haven’t absorbed the lessons of the GameStop saga


On Twitter, follow Madison Darbyshire (@MADarbyshire) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07)

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