Thomson ReutersMarch 25, 2014 08:39
By Chris Taylor
NEW YORK (Reuters) - If there is one thing that gives brokerage executives the cold sweats at night, it is the attitude of younger Americans toward the stock market.
A startling 44 percent, for instance, think plain old savings accounts are the best way to save for one's golden years, according to the Generation Z and Money Survey, put out last year by online brokerage TD Ameritrade.
Only 11 percent think the stock market is the way to go.