SPOTLIGHT ON INVESTMENTS

According to Sightlines findings, Americans who were already least likely to hold investment accounts – those with lower income and a high school diploma or less – have also experienced the biggest declines in account holding from 2001 to 2013 (up to 25%), with very little change for those in the highest income and education brackets. White Americans have also seen little change during that time, whereas Black and Hispanic Americans have seen declines in rate of investment account-holding up to 38%.

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PERCENTAGE OF AMERICANS WITH INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS

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