April 17, 2008
AARP Survey Finds Investors Confused by Jargon
A survey of investors conducted by AARP Financial found that use of "technical and confusing" language by financial services firms caused investing mistakes. More than one-half also said they did not read the financial literature because they found it "too hard to understand." InvNews, Survey: Financial lingo baffles investors.
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