10 years after Lehman Brothers collapse, are people smarter with their money?
By Quentin Fottrell
People are saving more, but may be investing less. Of those who say they were affected by the Great Recession, 65% say they have still not fully recovered, according to a recent survey of 2,000 adults by online investing company Betterment, and 41% of them have no retirement savings strategy. “Ten years after the crisis, most consumers remain deeply distrustful of Wall Street and are still working to recover financially,” the report found.Read the Original Article
This article originally published September 17th, 2018 on MarketWatch