Children Investing in the Brazilian Stock Market? “It’s Not Child’s Play”

The number of youths up to age 15 has increased in the stock market. Some even teach that investing is not a child's play.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Around 13,000 youths up to age 15 invest in the Brazilian stock market. Ten years ago, this number was only 2,000. The increase of children and adolescents on the stock market is a reflection of the general increase of new investors in the market. A decade ago, the stock market did not have 500,000 investors. Currently, there are approximately three million.

The increase in new investors is mainly . . .

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