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JPMorgan Survey Shows What’s Important to Black and Hispanic Investors

Sixty percent of Black and Hispanic Americans want an active role in picking the stocks and bonds in their portfolios. That compares to just 46% of white Americans, according to a study from J.P. Morgan Wealth Management. So reports Think Advisor.

JPMorganThe survey included 2,014 adults in the U.S. and was conducted from April 26 to May 9.

The survey also found that 70% of Black Americans and 46% of Hispanic Americans said when investing in a business, it is important to them whether it is owned, started and / or operated by Black, Indigenous and people of color. Meanwhile, just 31% of Asian Americans and 27% of white Americans expressed said the same.

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