Research shows factors holding back 71% of Brazilians who do not invest

The principal reason pointed out by those who said they are not in the habit of investing was the lack of resources: 40.5%, while 33.3% cited a lack of interest in risk and 17.1% a lack of knowledge.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The individual investment market still has a long way to go in Brazil. According to a survey conducted last week with 10,095 users of the website Reclame Aqui, 71.8% of respondents said they are not accustomed to investing their money.

The reason pointed out by the majority of respondents who said they are not in the habit of investing was the lack of resources: 40.5%

Next, the lack of interest in risk was the second most chosen of the survey's four options, with 33.3% of answers among Brazilians who do not . . .

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