Wanting More Control, Investors Turn to Self-Directed Options
Going into 2014, female and young investors will be taking further control of their financial plans.
The migration from investment advisers may be the result of a new type of investor. According to a new report from Celent, the self-directed market grew 5% last year. By 2014, active investors and active traders will make up 43% and 6% of the total U.S. self-directed market, respectively, the firm said.